Choosing your ideal Cornwall wedding venue is an exciting part of your wedding planning. There is a huge choice of venue types in Cornwall including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.
Take a look at Cornwall wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.
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Congratulations! We are thrilled that you are considering Heartlands as a venue for your special day. We are confident we can create the most unique and wonderful experience for you and your loved ones to remember for years to come. Whether it’s a civil or humanist ceremony, blessing or renewal of vows, Heartlands has a space to capture the delight of every imagination. (Venues in Cornwall)
Tie the knot at Kilminorth, and you’ll be surrounded by breathtaking countryside. Our 32 acre estate encompasses an orchard, wild meadows, enchanting woods, and a cluster of Cornish holiday homes. (Venues in Cornwall)
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Pengersick Castle is one of Cornwall’s most magical and unique wedding venues. Perfect for your small intimate wedding, elopement or micro wedding.
Licenced for up to 40 people.
Just 500m from the golden sands of Praa Sands beach this hidden little castle will go beyond your expectations.
Set in stunning gardens and grounds the only limitation to your wedding at Pengersick is your imagination. (Venues in Cornwall)
Perched on the cliff tops gazing over Mounts Bay, the Polurrian Hotel has entertained guests for over 100 years. Recently rebranded as "Polurrian on the Lizard" in 2019, this stunning Edwardian property has been fused with a fresh modern atmosphere, where classic architecture and history meets contemporary comfort and local excellence.
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There is so much that makes Tredudwell Manor spine-tinglingly romantic, from the picture-perfect country location just 10 minutes from the secret coves and sparkling seas of the south coast to the 18th century manor house and ceremony temple flanked by a Roman folly, pond and natural amphitheatre. (Venues in Cornwall)