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Trevenna

Trevenna
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Surrounded by beautiful Cornish countryside, Trevenna�s wooden farm gates, green meadows and leafy lanes lead to the perfect location for your Cornish wedding.

Share Trevenna�s cluster of luxurious barns with your friends and family on a 1, 2, or 3 day exclusive use basis, taking the time to enjoy our 142 acres of idyllic Cornish countryside.

Say your vows within the romantic Threshing Barn or outside under our handcrafted oak and slate Arbour with the Cornish countryside as your backdrop. Our Garden Venue, comfortably sits 120 guests and with double height windows makes the most of Trevenna�s far reaching views bringing the outside in regardless of the weather! For a more traditional ceremony, the stunning St Neot Church is located just a mile away.

With capacity for up to 120 day guests, our Garden Venue & Threshing Barn provide a neutral space for all styles of celebrations, all year round.

Locally sourced ingredients and homemade dishes are central to any Trevenna Wedding. Treat your guests to your unique menu created on the day by Trevenna�s Kitchen. Our bars are stocked with local ales, lagers, ciders and a range of Cornwall�s crafted spirits.

Celebrate into the night with up to 150 guests, dancing the night away, or simply relax with background music and enjoy the beautiful surroundings with your family and friends.

Our experienced dedicated wedding team are here on hand to create the wedding of your dreams. Trevenna offers an authentic Cornish wedding experience with space for up to 40 of your guests to stay in our beautiful barns and original farmhouse, which is exclusively yours for the duration of your stay.

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Venue type: Barn, Historic, Unusual, Garden, Outdoor

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