At Lantallack Weddings, we realise that finding the perfect country wedding venue is likely to be at the top of any engaged couple’s list and understand that the venue plays a vital role in the success of your day. Lantallack is the Cornish word for hills and valleys, so is a beautifully scenic spot for your special day.
Lantallack Wedding is able to cater for weddings parties of up to 150 people, and we have no minimum number requirement. We have had many couples marry here who fell in love with the place on their first visit. With a choice of civil service ceremony venues, we also offer the chance to add your own décor and can arrange for flowers from a local supplier. At Lantallack you have the freedom, and our support, to create the country wedding of your dreams.
Lantallack Wedding presents a slice of Cornish history, being a Grade II listed Georgian farm dating back to 1327. We are surrounded by flower-filled borders and sweeping lawns, mature beech trees, Cornish apple orchards of Manaccan Primrose, Cornish Mother and Tommy Knight where our hens roam, as well as fields where you can wander. Altogether, it is an oasis of tranquillity.
Close to the Tamar Valley, an area designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Lantallack Wedding venue can be exclusively yours for an entire weekend. Set within 40 acres, there are stunning views across undulating countryside and wooded valleys, big open skies and unforgettable sunsets. You can choose to relax in our outdoor solar-heated swimming pool open from May to September, play croquet on the lawn or sit on the swing under the large beech tree and watch the sun go down. This truly is a place where happy memories will be made.
Marriage and partnership ceremonies
A civil partnership wedding ceremony and legal marriage service can be held on-site under the Wisteria Walk overlooking the Cornish countryside or in the lovely old Cart Barn next to the Pool Terrace for more intimate parties of up to 30 guests. The Marquee Lawn provides the perfect setting for a wedding celebration for up to 150. There will be time for you to add your own décor touches to the barn or marquee
A traditional church wedding can be held at the local medieval church of St Erney in Landrake, 1.4miles (2.2km) from Lantallack.
Lantallack also hosts provides a magical setting for other wedding ceremonies including Celtic, humanist, historic and ethnic weddings. Let us provide you with a unique and magical setting however you wish to tie the knot.
Sometimes it is difficult to imagine what your wedding could look like at Lantallack, but we have both photographs and videos for you to see how it will look when it is set up for a wedding. We can also show you seating plans to give you a good idea of how much space there is and how comfortable your guest numbers will fit.
Not only is Lantallack a licensed venue, we also have a late-night license for those who wish to celebrate after-hours. We also have all the facilities you need for a disco.
Lantallack Wedding has strong links with an amazing array of caterers that can provide you with a banquet, buffet, BBQ or hog roast. External caterers are not accepted. Dining can take place in a fabulous marquee on the Lawn Terrace or perhaps you would prefer the teepee in the Hay Meadow. We can help you tailor your wedding to be just the way you want it.
Caterers are also able to offer informal sharing platters rather than traditional courses, working with you to design a fantastic menu so that your meal will be one that all can enjoy.
During your stay we offer delicious breakfasts in the walled garden with apple juice from our own trees, and sausages and bacon from our own pigs, all produced locally using organic methods.
Lantallack has won plaudits for its luxury 5-star accommodation and cottages. We offer accommodation for up to 12 people and there is additional accommodation close by to suit all budgets. We offer power showers, big baths and stunning kitchens so that you can relax away from home. We will give you contact information for more accommodation and cottages around Lantallack
Polly’s Bower, a beautifully restored cider barn, is the bridal suite. This is a comfortable and luxurious suite where brides can get ready. We can also arrange for you to have a massage before your big day. Pippin Cottage is just across the lawn for other members of the wedding party. Both cottages (Polly’s Bower and Pippin Cottage) have their own patios where you can sit to admire the views.
5-Star accommodation is also available in the relaxed and informally friendly Lantallack House where there are two double bedrooms (one en suite, the other with private bathroom). The atmosphere is relaxed and informally friendly to ensure guests feel at home and enjoy their stay.
Lantallack Wedding is located in the heart of south east Cornwall, 11 miles (18 km) from Plymouth, being a 20 minute drive along the A38. There is plenty of parking available at the venue.
Places to visit nearby
Lantallack Wedding is close to the lovely golden sand beach of Whitsand Bay and the small fishing villages of Cawsand and Polperro. You can walk the coastal path to Rame Head, where you can stop off for refreshment at the public house in Tideford.
Cotehele House, a medieval National Trust property is under 10 miles (15km) away and has a wonderful collection of textiles and riverside walks. Dartmoor National Park is a 25 minute drive away, and in the opposite direction heading west is Bodmin Moor with their rugged granite tors and beautiful landscapes, just 22 miles (35km) north-west of Lantallack. The international golf course St. Mellion is just 10 minutes drive from Lantallack.
You can make your honeymoon extra special with a flight from Penzance to the beautiful island of Tresco on the Isles of Scilly. See our Local Attractions page for more
Another suggest is to plan your nuptials to coincide with the Port Eliot Festival that takes place in July at the ancestral seat of the Eliot family, whose present head is Albert Eliot, 11th Earl of St Germans. The Port Eliot is a magical weekend where you spend time on the estate either swimming in the estuary, picnicking under a 300 year old tree, rocking out at the Park Stage, canoeing on the river, catching an intimate gig in the church, watching a cooking demo in the Big Kitchen or dancing ‘till the wee hours in the Boogie Round.