Get married in Cornwall Celebrate in Cornwall
Memories to last a lifetime. Your wedding in Cornwall is framed by some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, along with unique and spectacular ceremony venues, top class accommodation and matchless cuisine. Chose to say "I do" in a stately home, a medieval castle, a woodland clearing or a chic beachside hotel and make your special celebration a day to remember. Cornwall is also the perfect location for your civil partnership ceremony, renewal of vows or for your naming ceremony.
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A wedding venue near Redruth, Scorrier House is a private stately home set in beautiful flower filled gardens surrounded by 450 acres of woods and parkland, guaranteeing privacy and exclusivity.
The Guildhall, in the centre of St Ives in West Cornwall, is a unique, historic, versatile and affordable wedding venue for a really special wedding experience, offering a choice of three intimate spaces to tailor a truly bespoke wedding.
Wedding venue in Newquay, Cornwall. From summer garden parties to warm and cosy winter weddings, if you dream of getting married by the sea then the Legacy Hotel Victoria in Newquay, is perfect.
Trebah Garden is a sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop; offering an exclusive venue for intimate wedding ceremonies with up to thirty-five guests followed by Champagne and canapés on the lawn of The House.
In a tranquil setting, The Vean nestles in the wooded Porthluney Valley. We can cater for small numbers at or larger parties can be catered for in a marquee in the Castle grounds with the romantic backdrops of Caerhays Castle and Porthluney beach.