Wedding Caterers in Devon and Cornwall

Engaging a professional wedding catering business takes away all the stress of providing your guests with first class, delicious food that will add so much to your special day.

Planning is essential, and a specialist wedding caterer will provide you with many options not just for your formal sit down wedding breakfast and dinner, but also perhaps a relaxed barbeque or buffet. And of course you can also discuss and plan for any special dietary requirements that your guests may have.

Here’s some great wedding caterers based in Devon and Cornwall from places like Exeter, Plymouth, Truro, Barnstaple and Falmouth, whom you might want to get in touch with...

Don't forget to mention Your Devon and Cornwall Wedding magazine when contacting a wedding caterer.

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Featured Wedding Caterers in Devon and Cornwall

Blackwater Farm & Bridle and Groom

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Conveniently located close to Dobwalls and the market town of Liskeard is the charming, nine acre, family run Blackwater Farm.

Bridle & Groom Wedding Venue offers real farm animal interaction with sheep, a magnificent shire horse and donkeys. The gorgeous Garden Wedding Room overlooking the duck pond and dove cott is the venue for your wedding and the huge 45ft Marquee lit at night by 120 bulbs and chandeliers for your Wedding Breakfast.

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Boveys Down Farm

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Set in the heart of East Devon's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, we offer a fully licensed venue for your wedding or civil ceremony.

With far reaching views of the Coly Valley, we provide the most unique of sites in the tranquillity of the Devonian countryside.

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West Country Caterers

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West Country Caterers are a well established Devon business specialising in a personal service. We pride ourselves on catering for all occasions.

West Country Caterers are one of the leading Devon catering companies. We are a family run business employing a number of efficient friendly staff who endeavour to assist in all requirements.

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