Describe your venue in 5 adjectives.
unique, magical, natural, romantic, tranquil
Where’s the best photo spot at your venue?
Our lake is the jewel at the heart of the venue and the backdrop to some stunning photos. Whether you have romantic photos sat on the jetty, rowing around in our bridal boat or stood in the middle of the lake on the pontoon, for a really dramatic shot!
What’s your favourite midnight treat?
Our Favourte midnight treat would have to be the Camp fire! You can head back to your beautifull private tipi adorned with fairy lights and toast marshmellows or bubbles under a stary sky...
What is your venue's most unique feature?
There are lots of features that make our venue truely unique, our secret valley is 5 minutes from the wild Atlantic coast with a matchless backdrop of woodland and sky, shimmering lake water and magical Cornish earth.
What part of your business are you most proud of?
Once upon a time we started a tipi campsite - the first one in the UK - and then about 10 years later we were asked by a couple if they could get married here! A tipi wedding, woodland wedding, camping wedding, festival wedding - it could hardly be more perfect! The idea of you using our beautiful woods and glorious lake for your day of days was clearly spot on, and now nearly 10 years later, we're established as one of the UK's top outdoor wedding venues. Hurrah!
So what we didn't do was jump on a bandwagon; we were in at the off with outdoor weddings, and we're actually from here (farmers - too long to mention) & have grown our family business organically over the last 20 years (yes, sometimes slower than we'd have liked) into something to be proud of. This means when you get married here you are dealing with real people in a real place, and we'll respond to you personally in everything we do.
Having been the closest thing you can get to an outside wedding for all this time, we are thrilled to say you can now legally get married outside by the shimmering waters of the lake or in our woodland glade surrounded by ferns, bluebells and trees to the sound of the trickling stream and bird song.