Wadebridge Wedding Venues
Venues in Cornwall Order a Brochure from these Wadebridge Venues
Thanks eventually to a much-needed bypass the pleasant little town of Wadebridge returned two decades ago to its quieter self, much of the centre now pedestrianised. There is a certain irony in that, given that in medieval days the town gained its name from the bridge built across the Camel River to make access easier. That 14-arch bridge is one of the great sights in a decidedly pretty town, not short of whitewashed houses and shops, a fine place in which to begin your married life. The Camel Estuary here offers plenty of opportunity to get away from the urban environment, not that life is generally anything approaching hectic here.
The panoramic views of the rugged North Cornwall coastline viewed from our terrace, provides a simply spectacular backdrop for your wedding and our beautiful secluded gardens lend an air of exclusivity for family and friends to enjoy. Set in almost 4 acres of its own grounds and gardens overlooking the North.. read morePort Isaac(4.4 miles)
The Metropole Hotel, Padstow offers a beautiful setting for any wedding. Standing proud above the fishing town of Padstow, with far reaching views across the estuary to Rock, with surrounding gardens, outdoor pool and terracing, itís an ideal venue for any big day any time of year. With a choice.. read morePadstow(4.7 miles)
A wonderfully nostalgic old coastal inn nestling in a secluded cove close to the ancient Cornish fishing village of Port Isaac. All its rooms are en-suite and fitted with every modern convenience. The restaurant specialises in seafood caught and landed almost on its doorstep, and is regarded as being among.. read morePort Isaac(5.3 miles)
Knightor is a very special, timelessly Cornish venue for your wedding and we work with you to personalise your special day, knowing that every detail counts. We are licensed for wedding ceremonies, civil partnerships, renewal of vows and naming ceremonies. What could be more memorable than a lovely courtyard of historic.. read moreSt Austell (10.8 miles)