If you're looking for the perfect wedding location in Salcombe, look no further. 

Salcombe Farm has much to offer to prospective wedding parties. From just the Treehouse for the newly weds to our stunning barn conversion for all family or friends. As for the wedding location, you'll have a marquee site with some of the most spectacular views in Salcombe stretching out towards Batson Creek and the rolling hills around the Salcombe Estuary.

The Barn

Our luxury self-catered accommodation can sleep 12 adults or 16 including sharing across 6 double rooms all with en-suite shower rooms. We can recommend outside caterers to make your stay extra special. See more of the barn here.

The Treehouse

The Treehouse provides the perfect retreat for the bride and groom on their wedding night. A romantic hideaway within a magnificent silver birch tree. Take a look here.

Farmhouse

We have 2 beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms available within the listed farmhouse for any extra guests. If all part of the same group, Farmhouse guests can dine together at the barns 16 seat dining table or at the outside table with space for up to 22.

Marquee Site

Far reaching views towards Batson Creek and hills of East Portsmouth and Salcombe make this one of the most spectacular places to get married in Salcombe. Ideal for a large or small wedding marquees. Space for tents is also available if required.

Wedding Photography

If you are looking for a wedding photographer, we recommend Rory O'Brien who can be contacted directly here.


"This was an incredible getaway"

“Put simply, this was an incredible getaway. The location is beyond gorgeous, with the rolling Devon hills sprawling on every side. No matter where we looked, the views were superb.

The Treehouse itself was cosy as can be, with their new log heater warming the entire place up in a matter of moments. No worries about being chilly during the winter months. Salcombe itself is a sleepy, quaint little hollow. Perfect for a long weekend. Just enough shops to wander around, a quick ferry trip over to the beach at East Portlemouth for a relaxing stroll, and lots of lovely restaurants and cafes.

The hosts were friendly and only ever a phone call away. Always ready to help. Lovely people. We had a wonderful time and can't recommend this more for couples who want to get away for a bit and experience some lovely countryside. Good shoes for walking recommended. We had a lovely time. It was absolutely perfect. Thank you.”

Alex, October 2016

 

"Cosy and magical"


What a memorable experience! The Treehouse was very cosy and magical. The communication even before getting to the location was excellent from Freya and Felicity any questions I had were quickly answered.

The breakfasts were sublime and we were excited when the basket arrived. It was a lovely walk into salcombe with amazing scenery. I would definitely return and have already suggested the treehouse to family and friends.

Thank you both so much for helping me make a very special birthday for my boyfriend. There was nothing I would change it was an amazing couple of days and would love to come back one day. Thanks again

Abi, December 2016

"It really is as good as it looks"


“Me and my girlfriend spent our New Years Eve in the Treehouse and we had the best of both worlds. We spent a few hours chilling out in the super cosy Treehouse then a short walk through the quiet country lanes into Salcombe for dinner and drinks.

It was pretty cold outside when we stayed but lovely and warm inside! With the amazing little faux fire and underfloor heating in the bathroom, it really keeps you cosy. Freya was a brilliant host. Although you're positioned on the family farm we barely saw one another in the few days we were there so it really does feel like you're own little hideaway.

If we'd got to spend a bit more time in the treehouse It would have been awesome to experience the farm and hang out. Next time! Couldn't recommend this place more, have never stayed in an Air BnB that we couldn't bear leaving before - but wanted to stay here forever!”

Josh, January 2017