TOP 10 WEDDING VENUES

Devon.

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One.

Horn Of Plenty, a stone’s throw from both Tamar Valley
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Dartmoor National Park, The Horn of Plenty is in one of the most beautiful parts of Devon. 

Two.

Lewtrenchard Manor, Nestled in a secluded valley beneath Dartmoor’s wild tors, and virtually untouched
by time, the Manor is located in a magnificent setting.

Three.

Hotel Endsleigh, set in 100 acres of fairy tale
gardens, woodlands, follies and grottos created by
Humphry Repton

Four.

The Cary Arms, Brimming with coastal charm, sitting in the sunny, sheltered haven of Babbacombe Bay on the South Devon coast, the outstanding setting and views are breathtakingly beautiful 365 days of the year.

Five.

Soar Mill Cove, Imagine holding hands whilst dipping your toes into the sand as the south Devon waves tickle your feet.

Six.

East Sore Farm, enviably positioned in one of the most spectacular settings in the South Hams. This is the perfect place for those seeking a venue with oodles of character and rustic charm.

Seven.

Brickhouse Vineyard, Grade II listed, one of the very first houses in Devon to be built from handmade bricks, the threshing barn with the attached Round House, or horse gin, and the vineyard.

Eight.

Lady Margarets, a charming Grade II building steeped in rich local history and situated in its own private picturesque garden, Lady Margaret’s Medieval Hall offers a timeless, intimate and romantic setting.

Nine.

Burgh Island Hotel, an iconic Art Deco landmark and retreat, positioned on a wildly beautiful and secluded tidal island. 

Ten.

Cliffe House, a historic waterfront property with stunning, uninterrupted views of the Salcombe Estuary and the golden beaches of East Portlemouth.