Cardigan Castle is a 900-year-old building that has recently undergone an extensive £13million restoration.
Surrounded by medieval walls, it offers a blend of old and new and now boasts a restaurant, gardens and five-star luxury accommodation.
It was once home to King Edward I in 1284 and was gifted to Katherine of Aragon as part of her dowry in 1501.
Jac Owen, the director, commented: “At Cardigan Castle, we don't believe in set menus or packages. We know that couples have often envisaged their ideal wedding and have specific ideas in mind, so we give them the freedom to customise every part of their special day.”
To find out more visit www.cardigancastle.com