Local wedding venues in South Wales

Choosing your ideal South Wales wedding venue is an exciting part of your wedding planning. There is a huge choice of venue types in South Wales covering Cardiff, Swansea, Newport including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations. Take a look at 'South Wales wedding venues near me' in our listings below.

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Get married at Pencoed House Estate

Situated at the end of a tree-lined driveway and majestic arched entranceway, Pencoed House Estate is nestled within 36 acres of grounds and boasts well-groomed lawns, flowers, shrubbery, a babbling brook, a play area, ancient woodland and local wildlife. Dating back to 979AD, the estate used to be a monastery before it was transformed into the home of ministers of the church, the King of Glamorgan and legend dictates that King Arthur and Queen Guinevere also lived here. Made from original stone walls, the stately Old Hall has a striking vaulted ceiling, wooden beams, a roaring log fire and room for 120 loved ones for the ceremony and evening celebration.... read more

Posted: 7 December 2021

Say 'I do' at the grand Craig Y Nos Castle

Once home to Adelina Patti, the world-famous opera singer, Craig Y Nos Castle is a grand venue with a long and interesting history. Located on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, the castle is surrounded by breathtaking grounds with plenty of places for guests to explore and take photographs. There are 36 en suite bedrooms for friends and family to choose from, an on-site gym with high-quality apparatus, a private lounge and a luxurious hot tub. The Theatre is one of only eight Grade I listed opera houses in the UK and boasts space for 120 nearest and dearest, a 125-year-old curtain depicting Madame Patti on a chariot in Rossini's last Italian opera and walls decorated with the names of Patti's favourite composers.... read more

Posted: 30 November 2021

Tie the knot at De Courceys Manor

De Courceys Manor is a family-owned wedding venue, located in one of the most beautiful areas of South Wales, Run since 2009, the five-star manor offers the perfect combination of style, service and exclusivity. Inside this Georgian manor is a stylish decor, several wedding spaces, as well as a craft gin lounge, a glass Atrium and a welcoming children's room. Guests are welcome to stay in the nine-country cottages and boutique apartment located within the manor. Couples can get married in the Oriental Suite, which has a neutral décor throughout, perfect for couples looking for a blank canvas with space for 25 guests.... read more

Posted: 23 November 2021

Find out more about Llancaiach Fawr Manor

The historic Llancaiach Fawr Manor is a Grade I listed property that's one of the finest surviving fortified Tudor manor houses in the country. The 16th- century property has been restored to how it would have looked during the royal visit of King Charles I in 1645. Situated in the heart of the South Wales Valleys, it's a secluded paradise that's perfect for weddings. Intimate celebrations take place in the Parlour, which provides the perfect setting for an atmospheric candlelit ceremony for up to 30 friends and family, or the splendid Great Hall can be used for 50 people. The light and modern Conservatory, which offers panoramic views across the surrounding countryside, is available for up to 70 guests. Large nuptials are held in the Mansell Hall. It perfectly combines modern and traditional décor and is capable of holding 120 loved ones.... read more

Posted: 16 November 2021

Be inspired by Nash Point Lighthouse

Located on the magnificent Vale of Glamorgan Heritage Coastline, Nash Point Lighthouse is one of the few operational lighthouses in the UK that's available for weddings. The property was originally built by Trinity House in 1832 to assist mariners to get clear of the Nash Sands and is ideal for intimate celebrations. Weddings are held across two floors, perfect for couples looking for a small celebration, and can accommodate up to 25 guests. The property doesn't have a reception space, but there is a small area available for a glass of bubbly and nibbles after the service.... read more

Posted: 9 November 2021

Discover what makes Llancaiach Fawr Manor such a charming wedding venue

Llancaiach Fawr Manor is a 16th-century manor that's been restored to how it would have looked during the royal visit of King Charles I in 1645. The Grade I listed property is steeped in history and is described as one of the finest surviving fortified Tudor manor houses in the country. Located in the heart of the picturesque South Wales Valleys, it's a secluded paradise that's perfect for weddings. The light and modern Conservatory, which offers panoramic views across the surrounding countryside, can accommodate 70 guests.... read more

Posted: 2 November 2021

Celebrate your big day at Hensol Castle

Nestled within 650 acres of Welsh countryside, Hensol Castle is a restored 17th-century castle that's perfect for weddings. In the grounds is a 15-acre lake, which makes a stunning backdrop for photographs, and inside is a modern décor with arched windows, oak panelling and sweeping staircases that are ideal for couples who want to make a grand entrance. The venue has been sympathetically renovated to ensure it looks as gorgeous on the inside as it does on the outside.... read more

Posted: 26 October 2021

Dance the night away at Pencoed House Estate

Dating back to 979AD, Pencoed House Estate used to be a monastery before it was transformed into the home of sheriffs of the county, ministers of the church, the King of Glamorgan and legend dictates that even King Arthur and Queen Guinevere lived here. This idyllic property is situated at the end of a tree-lined driveway and majestic arched entranceway. The 36 acres of grounds encompass well-groomed lawns, flowers, shrubbery, a babbling brook, a play area, ancient woodland and local wildlife.... read more

Posted: 19 October 2021

Say your vows at The Orangery

The Orangery is an 18th-century venue that perfectly combines rustic and contemporary décor to create a wonderful setting to say 'I do.' Nestled amongst 850 acres of parkland, the property is situated within the grounds of Margam Country Park and has plenty of places to explore, including a Gothic-style mansion and Monastic ruins. Couples can get married in The Grove, a stunning room with elegant mouldings and feature windows that offer magnificent views of the terrace and gardens.... read more

Posted: 12 October 2021

The UK's most beautiful wedding castles

Wedding dreams of being kings and queens of the castle for the big day? Lucky for you, this fairytale ending can come true as the UK is blessed with a whole host of romantic castle wedding venues. Engagement ring specialists at Steven Stone analysed a comprehensive list of castles on wedding planning websites and using hashtag data from Instagram to reveal which venues has the highest number of posts to inspire your big-day wedding venue choice.... read more

Posted: 7 October 2021