With stunning views, a bespoke approach and fantastic food, The Horn of Plenty in Tavistock is a joy to behold for your big day
The Horn of Plenty is a multi award-winning hotel, restaurant and wedding venue that is independently owned so the team is flexible, helpful and decisive. There is fantastic food available (2 AA rosettes cuisine and a completely bespoke menu).
Facilities and services
There are four rooms licensed for civil ceremonies and ceremonies can also be held outside with fantastic views over the Tamar Valley. As well as the ceremony, couples can enjoy the following at The Horn of Plenty: wedding breakfast (choice of three starters, three mains and three desserts), evening celebration, evening buffet, accommodation (16 rooms), and breakfast. The Horn of Plenty is a pretty country house hotel in a glorious and peaceful setting. Cuisine is of the highest standard (2 AA rosettes) and the helpful staff who will always go the extra mile for couples.
Availability and pricing
The venue is available 365 days a year and prices start from £110 per head.
Best spot for photographs
On the patio overlooking the Tamar Valley, especially at sunset.
Team and catering
A dedicated wedding planner will help couples conduct the planning of their special day. There are six full-time chefs. Many people say it's the best wedding breakfast they've ever had. The Horn of Plenty is also a favourite venue for chefs’ weddings due to the delectable cuisine, with 12 chefs getting married here each year.
"Richard and I would like to thank you and your fantastic team for making our son's wedding such a wonderfully happy day for all of us. We all had a ball, in no small measure, down to your gentle guiding hand in the run up and then your discreet direction on the day. Nothing seemed to be too much trouble. Congratulations and thank you too to the chef and the staff in the kitchen and restaurant for producing such a delicious top notch wedding breakfast. The Horn of Plenty itself was a star - what a setting, shown off at its best in the sun and autumn colours. We were so lucky." Sarah Harris