Hotel wedding venues in Cornwall
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Historic grounds tumble away from this ‘magnificent, lovingly restored’ castellated mansion on the banks for the Tamar river.
Talland Bay Hotel
‘The style is one of the unique assets’ at Teresa and Kevin O’Sullivan’s cliff-top hotel overlooking sub-tropical gardens filled with whimsical sculpture and statuary.
Bedruthan Hotel and Spa
In a hillside location with ‘stunning sea views’, this supremely family-friendly hotel has something for everyone – indeed, everything for everyone.
Up 137 steps, through ‘glorious’ gardens, ‘one of the most comfortable establishments I’ve ever stayed in’ occupies a higgle piggle of houses with ‘extraordinary views’ across Falmouth Bay.
A Victorian baroque showstopper, this manor house stands on a steep hill in gardens above the Fowey estuary. It is part of the Luxury Family Hotels group.
While families whoop it up at sister hotel Bedruthan (previous entry), grown-ups enjoy the serenity at this adults-only hotel and spa.
Polurrian Bay Hotel
Bird’s-eye views of the Lizard peninsula, little luxuries and an easy air turn this clifftop hotel (Luxury Family Hotels) into a stress-busting retreat for the whole family.
The Headland Hotel
A Victorian pile almost as impressive as the Atlantic swell outside, the Armstrong family’s child- and dog-friendly hotel overlooks one of the best surfing spots in Cornwall.
The Old Quay House
Once the refuge of seamen, this ‘marvellously situated’ Victorian building has transformed into a stylish quayside hotel with dazzling estuary views.
Whether testing the surf for the first time, or paddle boarding like an old pro, there’s a pursuit to suit at Will Ashworth’s ‘great’ beachside hotel.
‘Superbly located in a beautiful setting.' Guide readers in 2018 were thrilled by this ‘fabulous (and fabulously dog friendly)’ seaside spot.
Near the mouth of the Camel estuary, Paul and Lesley Stapleton have transformed their listed early 13th-century manor house into a lovingly restored B&B.
An Elizabethan farmhouse remodelled in the reign of Queen Anne, 'Treeve' has been home to the Le Grice family since 1796.
Hidden within wooded acres on the Helford river, this 18th-century manor house was recently revamped, acquiring ‘a fresh feel’.
A faintly bohemian B&B on the Roseland peninsula throws riotous colour and eye-catching features together in joyful combinations.