Hotel wedding venues in Devon
The Horn of Plenty - Luxury Gourmet 3 Night Break
Lewtrenchard Manor - Champagne and Strawberries June/July.
Soar Mill Cove Hotel - Special Offer Midweek Break
Soar Mill Cove
The Cary Arms - Three for Two Special Offer
Watersmeet - Luxury for Less - 20% off Special Offer
Burgh Island Hotel
Salcombe Harbour Hotel
Ilsington Country House
The Arundell Arms
Broomhill Art Hotel
We are extremely lucky to have somewhere as beautiful as the West Country on our doorstep. Devon’s natural beauty is what attracts people to this part of the world on holidays time and again.
From the popular seaside town of Salcombe with its ice cream coloured houses to the dramatic vistas of Dartmoor, it’s varied and awe-inspiring scenery alongside its plethora of home grown produce make it a superb choice for weddings and hospitality at any time of the year (although naturally the summer months make for better photos).
Fine dining at country house hotels are very much a part of the landscape in this part of the world, but equally the postcard perfect villages and towns with panoramic views of breathtaking seascapes make for extremely romantic backdrops for weddings. Equally, hotels such as the Salcombe Harbour Hotel bring contemporary elegance to the seaside with modern decor and five star facilities and spa features, which of course allow the party plenty of time and space in which to get ready and take time to enjoy the surroundings.
The local produce is a particularly delightful feature as well – Devon is known for its beef as well as its clotted cream, and nothing says celebration quite like an afternoon tea. Salcombe is also supremely well known for its Salcombe Dairy ice cream, made in a tiny factory in the harbour town and famed as far afield as Singapore Airlines, would you believe it?
For smaller weddings, hotels in the likes of Dartmouth, a quintessentially English seaside town with an abundance of history, are perfect, and for added entertainment the summer months are awash with festivals and regattas to add to the merriment.