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WIN 50% off the cost of your wedding at Carbis Bay Hotel plus a FREE night’s stay for two to plan the event

PUBLISHED: 10:19 01 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:27 05 February 2018

Copyright - Mark Noall Photography - Carbis Bay

Copyright - Mark Noall Photography - Carbis Bay

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If you are planning to get married in 2018 then Carbis Bay Hotel, Spa & Estate are offering you the chance to do it in style

What’s better than getting married? Getting married on the beach! At Carbis Bay, barefooted brides can walk sandy-toed down the aisle, before exchanging seaside vows with their husband-to-be.

As wedding days are remembered forever, they should be perfect. Set against the backdrop of its private Blue Flag beach, as exotic and exhilarating as any British shoreline, Carbis Bay fits the bill. Twelve separate areas of the estate are licensed for ceremonies, including its Beach Club on the buttery sand, an outdoor pavilion and beautiful function suites inside the hotel. From classic to quirky, small and intimate to grand and glam, weddings are expertly tailored to every couple’s precise wishes.

Copyright - Mark Noall Photography - Carbis Bay Copyright - Mark Noall Photography - Carbis Bay

In addition, cocktail parties and barbeques can be thrown overlooking the turquoise waters, perhaps before a beachside firework finale. The grins on most faces tend to be as wide as St Ives’ Bay behind. Also, right on the beach are the hotel’s new, coastal-chic Beach Lodges and Suites, some of them boasting hot tubs and roof gardens. Those make for a comfortable and indulgent first night of wedlock, while larger apartments suit bridal parties, groomsmen or travelling families.

To be in with a chance to win, click here to answer the following question:

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Terms & Conditions:

The prize is for wedding parties of up to 80 guests only.

Discount is applicable to venue hire and food only. Excludes alcohol and additional extras.

Based on standard wedding menu selection only.

Competition closes 31 March 2018

Anyone entering must have full permission to enter and be aged over 18

The winner must redeem their prize between April 2018 and 20 December 2018

The winner will be drawn from all correct entries received by the closing date and contacted by Carbis Bay Hotel, Spa & Estate via email.

The winner and 1 guest will be invited to stay at the hotel on a bed & breakfast basis for a meeting with the events manager to plan the wedding.

Prize and stay subject to availability and excluding school holidays, bank holidays and Valentine’s Day. Normal wedding booking terms apply. No Cash alternative.

By entering this competition, you are giving permission for Carbis Bay Hotel, Spa & Estate to contact you regarding further promotions and marketing activities. All personal data relating to participants will be solely used in accordance with current UK data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without prior consent. Only one entry per email address will be accepted. By entering the competition, you accept these rules.

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