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The Duke of Cornwall Hotel

Millbay Road
Plymouth
Devon
PL1 3LG

Tel: +44 01752 275850

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The Duke of Cornwall Hotel

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Wedding venues don’t come much grander than The Duke of Cornwall Hotel. With the accolade of being ‘Plymouth’s First Luxury Hotel’, this iconic building embodies striking Victorian gothic style in a superb city centre location. But the historic backdrop is only part of the deal. What makes the Duke of Cornwall a truly great place for couples to celebrate their big day is the dedication and passion its weddings team bring to proceedings. The Duke’s wedding co-ordinator and expert staff work to ensure that brides, grooms and their guests have the time of their lives. Fantastic fine dining, a red carpet entrance and classy white linen – plus a hundred other little details – all add up to a captivating occasion.

This combination of a character-filled setting and a commitment to an exceptional wedding service has made the Duke of Cornwall a magical place to get married through the decades. While the world has changed dramatically during this time, so much of the tradition of marriage has endured, rather like the hotel itself. The wedding dresses and hairstyles may have evolved over the years but the spirit of love and commitment that marriage embodies remains – and the Duke has been privileged in hosting so many of these moments of union.

If you’re getting married, why not consider letting the Duke of Cornwall Hotel make it a truly magical occasion. Find out about their wedding packages by visiting their website at thedukeofcornwall.co.uk. Or you can call them on 01752 275850 or send an email to weddings@thedukeofcornwall.co.uk.

The hotel is hosting the Duke Mini Collection, a free wedding event exclusively for engaged couples, on Thursday 7th March 2019 (from 5:00pm-7:00pm). Book your place at eventbrite.co.uk (search ‘Duke Mini Collection’).

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Open Christmas
Open New Year
Opening Dates 2021 (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)

* The hotel first opened in 1863.

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