Cornish Camels

Weddings, Special Events and Holiday Cottages

Weddings And Special Events

Our Wedding Venues

If you’re looking for a wedding venue in Cornwall, Cornish Camels has three venues licensed, with The Corn Chamber dating back to the 15th Century. We have been planning and hosting bespoke civil wedding ceremonies for over four years. We have three venues licensed: The Corn Chamber (pictured above), The Wagon House and The Camel […]


The Camel Centre

The Camel Centre is our largest venue. It provides a modern, light and spacious environment which can be set out exactly as you wish for both the ceremony and the reception. We can cater for up to one hundred and fifty guests for a seated meal and up to two hundred guests for an evening […]


The Vintage Veil

Featured on, Rosie and Ian were married on the farm in August 2012. For her vintage themed wedding Rosie wore a two hundred year old wedding veil, worn by Ian’s great-great-grandmother. The bridesmaids and flower girl were in Liberty print dresses and Ian’s retro outfit came from Liberty and Sir Plus. The ceremony was in the […]


The Wagon House

The Wagon House is also around 500 years old. It was originally used as a farm equipment store. Recently renovated, the barn now accommodates up to seventy guests for the ceremony and/or the reception.


The Corn Chamber

Our cob and thatch Corn Chamber is over 500 years old. It was originally used for storing grain upstairs and straw downstairs over the winter months. It is now used as our farm museum and is licensed for civil ceremonies for up to 10 guests inside. It is also the perfect location for an outdoor […]


Made For Each Other

Featured in Wed Magazine, Dan and Lynn were married on the farm in June 2011. The ceremony was in the Corn Chamber, with the reception in the Camel Centre and photos at Kynance Cove.


Pick ‘n Mix Wedding

In May 2013 Lisa and Mike had a pick and mix wedding at Cornish Camels and Beacon Crag, with family and friends as the focus of the day. The children had fun on the bouncy castle and everyone enjoyed the classic sweet pick ‘n mix stall.