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Manor Parc is a family-run manor house originally built in 1850. The venue was formerly known as Y Parc before it was transformed in 1984 to create the current establishment. It has 21 on-site bedrooms and a neutral décor throughout.
The Oak Lounge is ideal for intimate ceremonies, with space for 25 nearest and dearest and 18 for the wedding breakfast.
The Orangerie has a glass domed-ceiling and can hold 110 loved ones for the vows, 80 for the meal and 110 for the reception.
Alternatively, The Cedar Room is available. This area has two bay windows, which offer stunning views of the surrounding area, with room for 80 friends and family for the service, 110 for the breakfast and 160 for the evening celebration.
Newlyweds will also receive a complimentary suite on the night of the wedding.
To find out more, visit www.manorparc.com or call 02920 693 723.
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