Mansion House Llansteffan is a Georgian mansion in Carmarthenshire. The hotel dates back to the 1820s and offers the ideal combination of rustic and contemporary décor. Guests can choose from eight luxurious bedrooms that have been decorated using designer fabrics. The venue is surrounded by more than five acres of Welsh countryside, which makes the perfect backdrop for photographs.
Lovebirds can choose from several spaces for their vows, including the Orangery. This light and airy room is capable of holding 135 nearest and dearest throughout the day.
The Moryd can be used for more intimate celebrations. It's a Victorian drawing room with two bay windows and original parquet flooring that can hold up to 80 loved ones for the ceremony and 24 for the meal.
Those who tie the knot between May and September will also have the option of an al fresco celebration with 120 friends and family.
Couples will receive exclusive use of the venue, a complimentary bridal suite on the night of the wedding and a menu tasting in preparation for the big day.
To find out more, visit www.mansionhousellansteffan.co.uk
Photographer's credit: www.lewisfackrell.co.uk
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