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A ready made Wedding venue, Green something is simply the best place for weddings!


  • Venue Type: Barn
  • Seated Dining Capacity: 50
  • Reception Capacity: 32
  • # Bedrooms: 0
  • Sleeps # of People: 0
  • Usual Access Time: 09:00 AM
  • Usual Finish Time: 05:00 PM
  • Late Night Extension Available: Yes
  • Bridal Suite: Standard Room


  • In-house Wedding Coordinator
  • On-site Parking

Ceremony and Reception

  • Licensed for Weddings and Civil Ceremonies
  • Church Within Walking Distance

Food and Drink

  • In-house Catering
  • External Catering Permitted
  • Corkage Charge for Own Alcohol

Cultural Experience

  • Muslim Weddings

    Detailed Description

    A ready made Wedding venue, Green something is simply the best place for weddings.


    - Describe the best wedding that happened at your venue?
    It was simply incedible. John and Clara Addlestone had a beautiful winter wedding. Was great.
    - What’s your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
    Don't do it!
    - What’s your favourite personal touch you’ve seen at a wedding?
    Nice dress
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    • Year Business Was Established: 1799
    • # Of Weddings Hosted: More than 50

    Featured In

    www.time.com/l/thebestweddingHorse & Hound

    Industry Awards

    IWA 2008

    Bridebook Benefits

    • Bridebook Discount: 10%
    • Bridebook Gift: Free Bottle of Champagne
    • Bridebook Special Offers: Free accomodation

    Getting here

    • Address:
    • Netherton Farm, Upton Cross, Cornwall, PL14 5BD, England
    • Nearest Town:
    • Glasgow
    • Nearest Train Station:
    • Glasgow Central
    • Nearest Motorway & Junction:
    • M25
    • Travel Notes:
    • When driving in Cornwall it is important not to solely rely on your Satnav. Whilst Satnav can often take you to exactly where you want to be coverage can be patchy and it it can be problematic if you take a wrong turning. Rural Cornwall has a network of narrow un-named lanes. Satnavs will often recalculate your route and will treat the un-named lanes as any other road and you can soon find yourself in a maze of these with high hedges and passing places. We would always recommend that you print out some directions and have a road atlas to hand. Then if you get lost you can follow signs to the nearest village and navigate via road signs from there.