Deciding on your ideal wedding venue is an key part of your wedding planning.
There is a huge choice of different venue types in South Wales including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.
Check out these stunning wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.
Don't forget to mention Your South Wales Wedding magazine when contacting the venue
Where are the venues?
Llancaiach Fawr Manor is a Grade I listed wedding venue built in the 16th-century and is one of the few surviving fortified Tudor manor houses in the country. The interior is decorated using traditional materials that would have been used in the 17th-century, creating ample opportunities for guests to explore and take photographs.
Tall John's Weddings is set within acres of private grounds and boasts fine lawns, mature trees and exceptional views across the valley. There are plenty of places to explore, including the walled garden, olive trees, stone seating and charming double-seated swing. Friends and family can stay the night in the Honeysuckle Cottage, The Coachmans or in the manor house.
Nestled among five acres of Welsh countryside and luscious woodland is wedding venue Mansion House Llansteffan. Built around 1820, this Georgian mansion has a rustic yet contemporary décor and still retains much of its historical charm. Guests will love the eight luxurious bedrooms, on-site restaurant and far-reaching views. There are plenty of places to take photographs, including the stained glass window over the ornate staircase and stunning grounds.
Wedding venue Brangwyn is located just minutes from the beautiful sweep of Swansea Bay and provides breathtaking views of the seafront. The Grade II listed property boasts striking architecture, with high-panelled ceilings and walls adorned with Art Decor décor. Built in the 1930s, the venue has retained many of its original features and is perfect for weddings and events.
Holm House Hotel is a beautiful four-star wedding venue located near Cardiff City Centre. This luxury boutique venue dates back to 1926 and was designed by the talented JS Neale. It has an elegant and sophisticated interior, an impressive exterior and offers magnificent views across the Bristol Channel. Lovebirds will have exclusive use of Holm House Hotel, including the 12 luxurious bedrooms meaning everyone can relax and immerse themselves in the happy couple's day. Guests can also visit the gorgeous gardens, 1AA Rosette restaurant and award-winning spa that's ideal for pre- and post-wedding pampering.
Llechwen Hall Hotel is a charming Victorian manor wedding venue that was transformed into a luxurious hotel in 1990 and still retains much of its 17th-century décor and historical charm. Perched above Mount Llanfabon and situated in six acres of hilltop countryside, there are plenty of places to take photographs. The property recently underwent an extension and boasts 24 new bedrooms (44 in total). Each has a modern yet traditional décor, Welsh toiletries and stylish bedding. There's also an on-site AA Rosette winning restaurant, a lounge and a bar area that's decorated with soft furnishings to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Bryngarw House is a historic wedding venue situated in more than 113 acres of gorgeous parkland. The hotel is thought to have been built in the 15th-century and is now an exclusive wedding venue. Outside, couples will find plenty of places to take photographs, including Bryngarw Country Park which features a beautiful ornamental bridge and tea house. Indoors, there are 19 luxurious en-suite bedrooms to choose from, a picturesque conservatory and the perfect blend of country charm and modern elegance.
When it's time for you look for local businesses to help you with your wedding, take a look at our advertisements below. Most will have links to their own websites. These advertisements are updated regularly so please revisit often and mention Your South Wales Wedding when making any enquiries.