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You can be royals for the day when you have your event or wedding at a Castle! Step into some fascinating heritage by booking one of our 7 Castles in the Poptop catalogue available near Falmouth, Cornwall.
#1

Tregenna Castle

Trelyon Ave, Carbis Bay, Saint Ives, TR26 2DE, St. Ives, Cambridgeshire
Up to 250 guests
#2

The Wellington Hotel

The Harbour, Old Rd, PL35 0AQ, Boscastle, Cornwall
Up to 40 guests
AMAZING LOCATION, SUPERB FOOD & A SENSE OF HISTORY
A 3 star hotel by the sea in the picture perfect North Cornwall village of Boscastle, The Wellington has 14 bedrooms, 3 aparthotel suites, a pub bar serving great food and drink and an elegant dining restaurant.


Tucked into the hillside at the bottom of the valley and overlooking Boscastle harbour, we are a family friendly haven on the North Cornwall coastline. Our traditional hotel is independently owned and full of history. As one of the oldest coaching inns in Cornwall dating back to the 16th century, past guests include Thomas Hardy, who fell in love in Boscastle, Guy Gibson of Dambusters fame and members of the Royal Family.


Whether you are staying with us for a short break, on a proper Cornish holiday or on business in Cornwall, we are sure that you will love the cosy yet modern feel to our hotel. We are passionate about providing all our guests with superb friendly service and everyone is welcome including walkers with muddy boots, children, dogs and holidaymakers…. just as you would expect from such a beautiful coastal North Cornwall hotel.
#3

Pentillie Castle

St Mellion, Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 6QD, Saltash, Cornwall
£7411
Up to 200 guests
Pentillie Castle is a truly special place steeped in history, exclusively yours for your wedding day. The 300 years of family history, the spectacular location on the Tamar River, and the fantastic team all combine to make your day truly memorable.

Pentillie Castle is a grand, private home, allowing you the freedom and flexibility to plan the wedding of your dreams.


With a variety of spaces licensed for civil ceremonies, and terraced gardens and large reception rooms in which to celebrate with family and friends, Pentillie offers the perfect backdrop for your wedding.


The photo opportunities are also pretty special as you have 55 acres of woodland gardens at your disposal.


It is unlikely that you will have planned a party like this before, so our excellent team will be there every step of the way, to support and advise you, and co-ordinate all the various parts of the day without ever being intrusive.


The team are also really happy to tailor your wedding experience to suit your dreams and aspirations as a couple. If there is something or someone you dearly wish to include in your wedding day, let us know and we will do our best to make it happen.


We are also delighted to offer recommendations on the suppliers who we work with and who do weddings just brilliantly – we love them, and are sure that you will too.


• Beautiful 17th Century Castle

• Stunning, unique location

• Exclusive use available

• Tailor-made weddings for up to 200 guests

• Luxurious, award-winning accommodation

• Licensed to hold civil ceremonies and partnerships
#4

Bovvey Castle

Dartmoor National Park,, TQ13 8RE, Bovey Tracey, Devon
Bovey Castle has five Red Stars from the AA for exceptional hospitality - the highest accolade awarded by the AA and given to only the most outstanding hotels. First opened as a hotel and golf resort in 1930 by Great Western Railways, Bovey Castle hotel and spa is now enjoyed by guests who fall in love with its imposing charm. Standing within 275 acres of beautiful countryside within Devon's Dartmoor National Park, the hotel offers 60 bedrooms along with 22 self-catering country lodges tucked away within the grounds. There's also two newly refurbished restaurants, the luxurious Elan Spa and our award-winning 18-hole championship golf course, designed for Bovey Castle by J F Abercromby.
#5

Bovey Castle

Dartmoor National Park, North Bovey, TQ13 8RE, Devon, Devon
£7000
Up to 80 guests
Looking for the perfect place to get married in Devon? Bovey Castle has it all! Every wedding is a unique experience of true English luxury; whether you’re planning a lavish party for hundreds or an intimate affair for close friends, the elegant architecture, stunning landscaped gardens and the vibrant atmosphere of a country home from the last century, create a wedding venue that is truly unforgettable.

Exclusive Use Weddings

With exclusive use of Bovey Castle, the 5-star hotel becomes yours for the day. Your guests are greeted upon arrival and ushered into the luxurious hospitality of your very own country home, where your wedding celebrations begin in the utmost style and privileged ambience.


The unpretentious splendour of Bovey Castle and its breathtaking surroundings ensure that an exclusive use wedding is an unashamedly lavish affair.


Wedding Co-ordinators

Professional advice and recommendations are offered at every stage of wedding planning by our experienced wedding co-ordinators, from your initial viewing of the hotel and its wedding facilities through to the hotel's extensive directory of highly-recommended suppliers that we work with.
#6

Bovey Castle

Bovey Castle Dartmoor National Park,, TQ13 8RE, Bovey Tracey, Devon
Bovey Castle has five Red Stars from the AA for exceptional hospitality - the highest accolade awarded by the AA and given to only the most outstanding hotels. First opened as a hotel and golf resort in 1930 by Great Western Railways, Bovey Castle hotel and spa is now enjoyed by guests who fall in love with its imposing charm. Standing within 275 acres of beautiful countryside within Devon's Dartmoor National Park, the hotel offers 60 bedrooms along with 22 self-catering country lodges tucked away within the grounds. There's also two newly refurbished restaurants, the luxurious Elan Spa and our award-winning 18-hole championship golf course, designed for Bovey Castle by J F Abercromby.
#7

Lawrence Castle

Haldon Belvedere (Lawrence Castle), Higher Ashton, near Dunchideock, Exeter, Devon, EX6 7QY, Exeter, Devon
£595
Up to 65 guests
Haldon Belvedere or Lawrence Castle as it was originally known was built on a high ridge above Haldon House which lies to the east of the ridge after the estate came into the ownership of the Sir Robert Palk following his time as the Governor of Madras. His wealth had been made whilst working with the East India Company and as Paymaster and Commissary in the field to the Indian Army. He lavishly remodelled the house which had been built in the style of Buckingham House in St James Park (now Buckingham Palace) by the previous owners, the Clifford family. They had also commenced the major landscaping of the area which included remodelling the ridge in the ‘picturesque’ style of the second half of the 18th century, and in 1788 Sir Robert built the Haldon Belvedere as a memorial to his friend Major-General Stringer Lawrence with whom he had been associated in India.

Sir Robert spent some £2,000-3,000 on building the castle which was modelled on Shrub Hill Tower in Windsor great Park and it is one of the few remaining reminders of the Palk empire which at its height included some 11000 acres of land in the area. To show his wealth to its best advantage he built a special carriageway, the King’s Road, between Haldon House and the castle for the visit of George III in 1789.


The Belvedere sits on a knoll some 244 metres above sea level. This, with the 99 steps which travel to the roof, would have provided (and still do) panoramic views on all directions across to the Jurassic coast of Dorset and Portland Bill, towards Exmoor and the Quantock Hills to the north, Dartmoor to the west and the rolling hills of the South Hams to the south.


The subsequent Baronets showed little understanding of business but considerable interest in gambling such that Haldon House and its lands were sold off over a period of time. Haldon House was eventually demolished in 1925 and its contents removed. Haldon Belvedere was also sold and remained in private ownership until 1994 when it was handed over to the Stringer Lawrence Memorial Trust.


The Grade II* Listed castle was carefully and beautifully restored in 1994 from a near ruin by the Devon Historic Buildings Trust and the timeless elegance of the fine architecture with its ornate plasterwork, gothic style windows and doors, mahogany flooring and the stone cantilevered spiral staircase, was conserved. During 2016 a massive restoration of the exterior took place including the total restoration and redecoration of the walls, windows and paintwork, with assistance from Viridor Environmental Credits.

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