Deciding on your ideal wedding venue is an key part of your wedding planning.
There is a huge choice of different venue types in Devon and Cornwall including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.
Check out these stunning wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.
Don't forget to mention Your Devon and Cornwall Wedding magazine when contacting the venue
Where are the venues?
This stylish hotel wedding venue is set in five acres of landscaped grounds is located on the Devon and Cornwall border, just outside the market town of Tavistock, overlooking the picturesque Tamar Valley. On a clear day, views stretch across to Bodmin Moor which is 40 miles away and on balmy evenings, watching the sunset across the valley is not to be missed. The main house was built in the 1860s and has constantly evolved, with this year seeing a major refurbishment of all the public rooms. There are tall ceilings, large bay windows and real fireplaces and the restaurant now features wall-to-ceiling sliding doors leading on to the decked terrace that overlooks the valley boasting some of the best non-coastal views in Devon.... read more
This English historical wedding venue is situated next to the River Exe that winds through this quaint village and close to the 18th-century working watermill at Bickleigh Mill. The estate combines its tranquil river setting with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside and can be hired exclusively for a day or a weekend celebration. The pretty courtyard takes centre stage dotted with charming thatched cottages accommodating up to 40 guests in 17 individually decorated rooms. The bridal suite – a charming Tudor room with a four-poster bed – is located inside the castle itself.... read more
This historic hotel wedding venue sits just across the road from St. Eustachius' Church and the Pannier Market that this quaint town is well known for. It reflects the style and grandeur of the area and is packed full of charm, with original features and antiques on display in the public areas, and 31 individually styled bedrooms ranging from the comfortable classic ones to the indulgent four-poster rooms and the elegant bridal suite.... read more
This magnificent Tudor manor house wedding venue is located in the rural Devon countryside is situated just outside Ottery St Mary, an attractive parish town on the River Otter, and just six miles from the sea at Sidmouth. It dates back to the 16th Century exuding the grandeur of centuries past through its beautifully restored features and contemporary comforts. It's built around a central courtyard, ideal for big-day photographs with its four statues of Tudor monarchs, and inside there's an elegant dining room, three main stylish reception rooms which have kept the feel of a private house, and a total of 12 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms comfortably sleeping up to 22 loved ones. Newlyweds can choose to sleep in a traditional four-poster bed or a more contemporary version hand-crafted by Cadhay's owner. The cosy attic rooms also provide an alternative, comfortable option.... read more
This country house hotel wedding venue and former coaching inn located in the heart of Dartmoor is perched on the banks of the West Dart River. It oozes character and style as you first approach it over a historic bridge, with its manicured lawns sweeping down to the water. The informal yet beautiful gardens that surround the hotel merge into the open moorland beyond, with rolling countryside vistas in every direction. Inside is like stepping back in time, with historic antiques, crackling log fires, and romantic candlelit areas offering a sense of warmth and well-being. The individually styled bedrooms range from those with a traditional country feel to indulgent premier ones with four-poster beds and spa baths.... read more
This 500-year-old country house hotel wedding venue and privately owned estate sits on the tranquil Yealm Estuary and its own lake in Devon's stunning South Hams. It's home to 19 stylish bedrooms including three charming suites packed with character and revealing far-reaching views down to the creek that makes a romantic photographic backdrop. Ceremonies take place in a choice of elegant rooms inside the house for up to 100 guests. There's The Regency Room and the Library, The Morning Room that's best suited to more intimate gatherings, and the Banquet Hall which is ideal for larger celebrations. Outside, couples can step across a rustic bridge to The Island for a spectacular lakeside ceremony, or exchange their vows in the summerhouse located beside the fountain garden. The wedding breakfast can be hosted in the Library for a maximum of 65 guests, or in the Banquet Hall for a maximum of 100 loved ones. The evening reception holds a maximum of up to 150 guests.... read more
This stunning Grade II listed manor house wedding venue set high on a hilltop is surrounded by 60 acres of parkland and fields, offering incredible views across the Taw Torridge Estuary. With the sandy beaches of Westward Ho! and Instow just a 15-minute drive away, barefoot beach wedding photographs are a possibility. A fantastic photographic backdrop at the venue is the East Lawn where the rhododendrons are in bloom during early summer. Hallsannery is home to 11 stylish en suite bedrooms, reception rooms boasting period features, and a wow-factor hall, not to mention the dining room with its showcase chandelier. It specialises in exclusive wedding weekends.... read more
This new wedding venue offers the feeling of privacy and seclusion in a remote setting, yet it's located just one mile from the town centre and close to the stunning North Devon coast with its abundance of local beaches. Ceremonies take place framed by the columns of the portico, or in the hall beyond. Inside, the venue offers a choice of four elegant function rooms all with stunning period features yet still maintaining an inviting and homely feel. It's ideal for medium-sized functions of up to 70 guests, allowing for each stage of the wedding to be held in its own dedicated space. The salon dining room easily seats up to 70 loved ones for the wedding breakfast and guests can then move to the relaxed clubroom bar, or dance the night away in the morning room bar and party room.... read more
These luxury yurts guarantee a quality structure having been precision-built in Devon and are available to hire in small, medium and large sizes for both intimate nuptials and big gatherings. Finishing touches are also available to hire for three days, from log burners and lighting to tables, chairs and carpets. For the wedding night, a small yurt can be furnished with a wooden bed frame and soft mattress, a duvet, pillows and Egyptian cotton linen sheets. Blankets, rugs, bedside tables, seating and mirrors are also available.... read more
This chic seaside hotel wedding venue and Cowshed Spa is nestled on the picturesque North Cornish coastline between Polzeath and Rock just a stone's throw from the beach. It's a collection of luxury rooms, suites, self-catering apartments and villas alongside the UK's only Cowshed Spa outside of the Soho House properties (offering six restful treatment rooms including a double one ideal for newlyweds) and a brand new dining experience in its new-look restaurant.... read more
A marquee interior can be tailored to suit a chosen theme using linings, coloured chair pads and atmospheric lighting. Barny Lee Marquees offers a range of additional products for hire including chairs, tables, bars, lighting, generators and dancefloors. They can be placed in a garden or the grounds of a venue, positioned to admire stunning views or natural elements such as water features, flowerbeds and trees.... read more
This enchanting castle is steeped in history and character, with open-beam ceilings, ornately carved granite fireplaces and a fine Tudor stone spiral staircase for those wishing to make a grand entrance. The main entrance features an arched doorway with a built-in drop-slot, and it sits in formal Tudor gardens complete with a Knot and Medieval gardens. Guests can enjoy the four acres of woodland with grassy pathways leading to the original Medieval manor house site that's now a Scheduled Ancient Monument and everything is located just 600 metres from the sea.... read more
This historic waterside wedding venue overlooks the Salcombe Estuary and the golden beaches of East Portlemouth. It enjoys uninterrupted views from the large terrace which is a picture-postcard spot for big-day photographs and a drinks reception. It can also accommodate a marquee if required and can be decorated to suit the theme of the wedding, with furniture, bunting, outdoor lighting and other decorative accessories. Ceremonies take place in a choice of two function rooms each featuring original period features and stylish décor. The elegant Library holds up to 100 guests and the larger Assembly Hall, with its large bay windows and French doors leading out on to the terrace, hosts up to 150 loved ones. It can hold an additional 50 evening guests, (so 200 people in total), plus there's plenty of space for a band or DJ and a dancefloor.... read more
Located on the Roseland Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the South Coast, and close to St Mawes and Truro, wedding venue The Rosevine is a relaxed and friendly seaside bolthole open all year. Set within a Georgian family house just a stone's throw from the golden sands at Porthcurnick Beach and the South West Coast Path, it's a boutique apart-hotel lovingly known as 'the big house by the sea'. The property welcomes couples getting married and can accommodate up to 30 of their family and friends in the choice of 15 individual apartments each featuring a large living and dining area plus a kitchenette. Most have incredible views over the landscaped lawns down to the sea and next door is The Lookout, a cosy holiday house with a large open-plan kitchen, sitting room and four bedrooms accommodating up to six adults and two children. Extensive manicured lawns frame the venue with sweeping views across Gerrans Bay to the tiny fishing village of Portscatho. Once inside, there's a heated swimming pool, comfortable lounge with sofas and a wood-burning stove, a children's play area, restaurant and a friendly and welcoming team ensuring a relaxed home-from-home vibe.... read more
When it's time for you look for local businesses to help you with your wedding, take a look at our advertisements below. Most will have links to their own websites. These advertisements are updated regularly so please revisit often and mention Your Devon and Cornwall Wedding when making any enquiries.