Ewenny Priory is an impressive 12th-century Norman building. It was originally a fortified Benedictine Priory that was dissolved by Henry VIII in the 16th-century and converted into the current premises. The venue boasts stunning views of the surrounding gardens and has original towers and fortifications. Loved ones are welcome to explore the area and take photographs in the stunning deer park.
The venue isn't licensed for ceremonies, but it can be used for your reception. A marquee can be erected in the gardens to hold 300 friends and family.
Alternatively, the nearby Ewenny Priory Church can be used to accommodate 120 nearest and dearest for the ceremony.
Couples will have exclusive use of the venue for up to three days before the wedding to ensure everything is planned to perfection.
To find out more visit www.ewennypriory.co.uk
Photographer's credit: www.clicproductions.co.uk