Hire Banquet Halls in Falmouth, Cornwall

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Are you looking for a Banqueting Hall in Falmouth, Cornwall? We recommend you to consider one of 7 halls available in our catalogue.
#1

Lusty Glaze

Lusty Glaze Beach, Lusty Glaze Road, Newquay, TR7 3AE, Cornwall, Cornwall
£4000
Up to 150 guests
At Lusty, romance is our middle name. Known for our fiery sunsets, secret caves and secluded horseshoe shaped cove, we offer an informal yet atmospheric stage to set the scene for your big day.
The only place you can tie the knot on the beach in Cornwall, we’re all about making it personal and exclusive to you. Your day, your way, each wedding is utterly bespoke and tailored to the two of you.


We’re completely flexible and not fond of rules so whatever your vision, we’ll work to make it a reality, designing your dream day. 2017 sees the launch of Cornwall’s first beach lounge at Lusty. Sink your toes into the sand and let your hair down beneath the Cornish skies, adorned with fairy lights and romantic candlelit hues.


Contact us today to witness the magic of Lusty for yourselves, meet our friendly wedding team and discover the unique you seek.


For untraditional, unbelievable, unimaginable love, it must be Lusty…
#2

Knightor Winery

Knightor Winery Trethurgy ,, PL26 8YQ, Cornwall, Cornwall
Nestled just above St Austell Bay in South-East Cornwall and a stone’s throw from the Eden Project, Knightor is a winery, kitchen, wedding and events venue with a quintessentially Cornish setting.

We produce premium-quality still and sparkling wines, as well as our own unique Cornish vermouth. Throughout the year, we offer wine tours and tastings, where you can visit the working winery, sample and purchase wines.

Alongside great wines, we believe quality produce is just as important and we use only the finest, local ingredients in our cooking. Our regular feast nights celebrate both local and world cuisines, bringing together a community vibe for an enjoyable evening. Recent themes have included Sri Lankan, Cuban and Nordic evenings.
#3

Trevibban Mill

Trevibban Mill, Saint Issey, PL27 7SE, Padstow, Cornwall
WEDDINGS AT THE VINEYARD
Nestled in the heart of the Cornish countryside, Trevibban Mill is an award winning Cornish vineyard with a spectacular wedding venue offering a stylish and contemporary space in a beautifully rural setting encompassing 11,000 vines and 1,700 apple trees.


Enjoy exclusive use of the venue and grounds where your guests will enjoy a warm welcome whilst soaking up the views of the countryside from the South facing terraces – a truly magical and unique place to celebrate your wedding.
#4

Port Eliot

Port Eliot Estate, St Germans, Saltash, PL12 5ND, Cornwall, Cornwall
Up to 200 guests
The site on which Port Eliot sits is to the north of a steep hill which protects it from the prevailing south-westerly winds which blow from this direction 300 days of the year. On the highest point of this hill there is an Iron Age ring fort, from which its early inhabitants could see down the estuary towards the sea. It was from this direction that the greatest danger came by way of marauding seafarers. The occupiers of the fort were agrarian and would have retreated to their hilltop fort when threatened with danger. These early Brito-Celtics often set up their settlements on the north-facing side of rivers and estuaries where they could find running water, fertile land and shelter from the elements. Port Eliot encompassed all these ancient priorities.

The most significant thing about Port Eliot is its age. The earliest physical remains are a tiled floor, estimated to be more than 1500 years old, dating from the 3rd and 4th century during the late Iron Age. A place that could boast a glazed tiled floor in the 4th century must have been a settled and prosperous community for a considerable time before that. A little way away from the


House in the village at the very head of this branch of the estuary, there exist traces of much earlier times dating from the later Bronze Age (± 1200 - 700 BC). Cornwall was a major source of arsenic and tin, both vital in the making of bronze.


The earliest written reference to Port Eliot is in a 9th-century Cornish liturgical fragment kept at the Bodleian Library in Oxford. It refers to Ecclesia Lnanledensia, which is considered the pre-Christian name of this place.


The exact date of the foundation of St Germans priory is uncertain; probably it belonged to the Brito-Celtic age, and possibly even to the time of the great Germanus himself, who is likely to have been directly or indirectly the founder of the House. In that latter case it would be among the oldest conventual houses in England, having existed 1,000 years before its suppression by Henry VIII.


The House is called Port Eliot because it was formally known as Port Priory. In the Middle Ages it was a flourishing monastic port. For many centuries the house was approached by water across what is now the park. Until the 1890s my grandfather remembers an old oak tree in the park in which a large iron ring - to which boats were once tied up - was still seen. The building in which we stand is of a


multitude of different ages. The foundations in places are 9th century, there are 10th-century walls set with 13th-century lancet windows.


The House received a major refit in the 18th century by Sir John Soane. Please see the essay in Part III by Ptolemy Dean on Soane’s work at Port Eliot.


By the beginning of the 18th century, the Eliots had become rich and felt it appropriate to aggrandise their surroundings. Being dependent on the state of the tide as to when it was possible to reach the House was much too much of an inconvenience. So they diverted the course of the estuary by


building a dam and creating the park. They constructed a new drive starting two miles north of the House at Tideford that wound its way along the estuary. This was, and still is, a very picturesque and extremely impressive route by which to arrive at the House. The drive wends its way along the estuary and finally, as you enter the park, a majestic view unfurls in front of you, with the House displayed right in the centre of your gaze.


In the 19th century a major makeover was undertaken once again. At which time the entrance hall was redesigned.
#5

The Green Cornwall

Netherton Farm, Upton Cross Liskeard Cornwall, PL14 5BD, Liskeard, Cornwall
Up to 140 guests
The Green is a wholly private and endlessly pretty place to get married. Secluded in the stunning Cornish countryside with breathtaking views in all directions this collection of barns offers the perfect setting year round for your wedding. With tons of indoor and outdoor space our ethos is one of flexibility. You and your guests will be accommodated in our 5 star accommodation and our team will take care of you every step of the way.

Exclusive Hire Weddings (21 to 140 guests)


Have the whole of the Green for you and your guests for a weekend or midweek hire. Relaxed and original or traditional and formal: The Green can be whatever you want for your wedding. Our wedding planners will help you every step of the way.


Have your wedding ceremony indoors; in our wedding barn or outside under our beautiful arbour. Catering can be fine dining or a sharing platters or pasties and Pimms. Then dance the night away with a live band, dj or Cornish Ceilidh. Whatever you want we’ll help you create the Cornish wedding of your dreams.


The Green is yours exclusively for a celebration you’ll cherish forever. Share your special day with up to 140 guests, and offer up to three days of 5 Star luxury accommodation to 32 of your closest friends and family.


House Weddings (7 to 20 guests)


Start your married life in the most romantic of settings.


Our stunning 5 star, seven-bedroom country house is set in its own grounds with views over the Tors of Bodmin Moor and is licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies. The House accommodates 12 for sleeping and 20 for eating and relaxing. Additional sleeping accommodation is available in our cottages. Up to 20 of you can join together for a long weekend for an intimate midweek wedding celebration.


The House has spacious, stylishly decorated airy rooms are bathed in natural light, and each one has stunning views over the breath-taking landscape. A well-equipped open plan kitchen and dining room, and large lounge make it the perfect space to share with people you love.


The House has it’s own entrance and is set in it’s own grounds making it the feel like you’re in your own little world of beauty and tranquility. (Sometimes the bride and groom book cottage Number 1 for themselves).


You have choice of locations for your ceremony. You can marry in The House itself, in the Wedding Barn or outdoors by the Lake Arbour.


Cottage Wedding (3 to 6 guests)


Small and perfect for 3 to 6 of you


A wedding that’s intimately yours, in a truly romantic setting


Escape to The Green for a romantic, personal and stress free wedding. The Green, a private estate hidden away in a stunning part of Cornwall, on the edge of the rugged and romantic Bodmin Moor. Make it your hideaway, for your wedding. A cottage wedding is perfect for 3 to 6 people for a truly special time. Stay in one of our luxury contemporary styled barns and get married in our amazing wooden beamed barn or at the wedding arbor by the lakeside.


The 3 night intimate wedding at The Green gives you time to explore the grounds and relax in the cottage the day before, have a stress free and truly personal and intimate ceremony followed by the option of a chef service to cook you your special celebratory evening meal.


• Beautiful location in the heart of Cornwall, on the edge of Bodmin Moor

• Available for venue hire only or all-inclusive weddings

• Exclusive hire for up to 140 guests; up to 3 night weekend, 2 night or 1 night midweek

• Accommodation for up to 32 people onsite in our 5 star gold self catering cottages and house.

• The House and Cottages at the Green available for intimate weddings with up to 20 guests

• Licensed to hold indoor and outdoor ceremonies
#6

Baya Hire

Unit 5 Velator Way, Braunton, North Devon, EX33 2FB, Braunton, Devon
Up to 200 guests
Baya Hire are the creators of some truly unique spaces and furniture available for hire for your special event.

Their Single and Double Domes once built mesmerise not only with the beautiful exterior of clear sections, expansive entrances and the grand connecting tunnel but also the intricate internal structure that serves the Domes not only in practical strength but as it’s own natural artwork.


They can provide everything needed for any event including their own range of rustic handmade furniture that couldn’t look anymore at home in the Domes.


Their hand built and lovingly made timber framed domes come in 3 different configurations, allowing a tailored fit venue specific for your needs. Their designs are unlike any others currently available in the UK and guaranteed to awe inspire.


For the more intimate wedding or event, the timber framed single dome looks beautiful in any location, be it a misty valley, manor house grounds, middle of a field or a beach side setting. They like to keep things natural so have specifically designed their dome covers with a third of transparent triangles, allowing light to enter during the day and also look magical from the outside in the evening. The domes lend themselves to any theme or style, be it rustic, nautical or festival. These alternative wedding venues are sure to leave you with some great memories.


Being based on the North Devon coast, they have implemented an element of coastal charm into their Single Dome with the sail attachment. The original single dome structure, complimented by an elegant sweeping sail provides a stunning alternative. When organising an event in the UK, the weather often holds all the cards. With their unique sail attachment you are able to capture the best of the beautiful outdoors with the clear wall panels, whatever the elements throw at you.


With an extra 15 meters of cover, propped up with their huge, locally felled Douglas Fir Captain poles and smaller, rustic outer poles, the sail gives you the best of both an indoor and outdoor experience whilst adding enough room for an extra 80 people to dine. If the Single dome isn’t quite big enough but the Double looks too roomy, or you simply love the beautiful extended veranda feel that the sail provides, then this is your perfect solution.


If you’re looking for a truly unique alternative venue then look no further. Their Double Dome is the only one of its kind in the UK. Two domes connected by a clear canvas tunnel, this design is great for the larger wedding, working really well as one giant space and equally well as two divided spaces. As well as the Single Dome this venue lends itself to any style or theme, this design not only looks beautiful from the outside but will take anyone’s breath away once getting a glimpse of the interior. For an event guaranteed never to be forgotten, be the envy of all your guests with the Double Dome.


Baya Hire understand the planning of your wedding can be a daunting task, thats why they endeavour to make it as smooth as possible. From your point of enquiry to your wedding day you will be assigned your own Project Manager, meaning you will only be dealing with one contact on hand to help you every step of the way.


Images courtesy of The Plank Company.
#7

Barnstaple Hotel

Braunton Rd,, EX31 1LE, Barnstaple, Devon
Come and dine with us! At The Barnstaple Hotel, we know we’re one of the best places to eat in Barnstaple because we offer you a fabulous choice of dining options, luxurious menus to ignite the taste buds and friendly service too.

As a guest staying in our accommodation, or as a local visiting for a meal, you can choose from the Brasserie or The Heaton Bar for lunch or dinner. Once sat down and enjoying our food you’ll understand why we regard ourselves as one of the best places to eat in Barnstaple.


The Brasseries is our setting for outstanding cuisine in contemporary stylish surroundings for a formal meal. The Heanton Bar is relaxed but high quality for a business lunch or friendly get-together. Or, if you’re making the most of our leisure facilities, we have the poolside Aqua Bar, for a more relaxed dining experience.


Guests can, if you prefer, order room service and enjoy your meal al fresco on your own balcony.


Our team of chefs are highly creative and take real pride in serving you mouth-watering cuisine which not only tastes fantastic but is always beautifully presented too.

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