Unusual, Countryside, and By The Sea Places for Weddings in Cornwall

Guest throwing confetti at newlywedsThe United Kingdom has a lot of places which may be considered as weird places for a wedding. However, Bodmin Jail may be considered a more unusual wedding venue in Cornwall. It is in parts a museum, and events place and a restaurant.

Cornwall Places for a Wedding

The dry wit of the British is quite evident in Cornwall, especially when it comes to wedding venues. Bodmin Jail is one of the most sought-after places for traditional wedding celebrations. The architecture is richly detailed and complete with Gothic high vaulted ceilings and matching decors. There are other places almost equally popular and just as unusual.

It is fairly common for castles and manors to be used as wedding venues. In Cornwall, these are almost ordinary occurrences. Cornwall castles include Pentillie Castle, Tredudwell Manor, Tregenna Castle and the Pendennis Castle. Barns and brewhouses are also common places for weddings. You can choose between Brewhouse St. Ives, Marquee Venue Newdowns Farm, Nancarrow Farm, Trevibban Mill Vineyard, Trevanna and Coombe Trenchard. Most barns and farmhouses which serve as wedding sites can accommodate only around 40 guests. This seems to be the norm in Cornwall.

In the Heart of the City

For those who would like to experience the rustic settings and still stay within the city limits, they can choose among hotels or taverns. One example is the Guildhall located in the heart of St. Ives in West Cornwall. The countryside is uniquely Cornwall, and there are places which could not be b mistaken for anywhere else. These include the bay of St. Ives, as well as the cliffs all along the coast.

Hotels in the area are unlike their urban cousins and are unique and unusual in the context. The Headland Hotel, for instance, stands almost at the water’s edge. It offers a breathtaking view of the sea. If you would want to get married in lovely, if unusual surroundings, Cornwall is a viable place to go to.