"A peaceful place that takes away all the stress from the hustle and bustle of city life"
A Coastal Wedding Venue Location
Whitsand bay Fort Weddings. Where you can enjoy breathtaking and contrasting views in every direction. The cornish coastline provides spectacular views across a 4 mile sweep, while you’re also treated to the idyllic Tamar Estuary. There are also fantastic views of the City of Plymouth and the picturesque Plymouth Hoe and Barbican. When the sun sets, the City of Plymouth provides a stunning backdrop. The fort’s architecture and pedigree gives a completely unique setting for your wedding, with the underground tunnels and gun emplacements providing rare photo opportunities.
Did you know?
The peninsula is in the top 5 of best of Cornwall walks with the 5.2 miles coastal path from Cawsand to Whitsand Bay.
Is in the top 5 of Cornwall’s most scenic drives around the peninsula from Rame head, adjacent to the 5 mile stretch of the beaches of Whitsand Bay.
Daily Mail article 2016 Whitsand Bay in top 20 best views in Britain.
Unspoilt Views of Cornwall
Discover the Beachy Setting. Perfect setting for the perfect day The Rame Peninsula is a quiet forgotten backwater of Cornwall, a hidden gem of unspoiled beauty and breathtaking surroundings. The more discerning visitor will find a serene part of the West Country unchanged and untouched. Welcome to the Rame Peninsula! As well as breathtaking sea views across a 4-mile sweep of coastline you are also treated to spectacular countryside views across the Tamar Estuary. As you sweep around there are also fantastic views of the City of Plymouth with its world famous waterfront area boasting Plymouth Hoe and historic Barbican.
As with most cities, Plymouth provides a stunning backdrop at night. With a series of beautiful Cornish beaches situated locally as well, we truly believe that if you love the outdoor life, this is the perfect location for your wedding. This untouched gem of Cornwall will offer you everything you could possibly wish for and more for your special day. Welcome to Poldark country!