469

Wedding Venues in Wales

Wales wedding venues will surely entice any happy couple! With its beautiful picturesque nature, from Cardiff to Swansea, find the perfect place to get married yourself with Bridebook's easy to use search engine! Read moreWedding venues in South Wales offer the opportunity for a wedding day celebration in the heart of one of the UK's most beautiful mountain ranges. Or are you after a beautiful seaside venue? Well, look no further than Wales' iconic Gower Peninsula. And for a more urban, even unusual feel, why not try the capital city of Cardiff. Whatever your preference, find it online through Bridebook!
Judge's Lodging
Presteigne, Powys
Bridebook Deal AvailableMore pricing inside
A wonderfully unique setting for a wedding with beautiful period features. Three rooms to choose from, from vast Courtroom to intimate Withdrawing Room
Read more
  • 27
  • £200 - £350
View wedding venue
Chapel 1877 Restaurant and Bar
Cardiff, Cardiff
(8)
Bridebook Deal AvailableMore pricing inside
A Grade II listed building with remarkable architecture, Chapel 1877 is a wonderfully inspiring and romantic venue for your special day.
Read more
  • 120
  • £300 - £700
View wedding venue
The Holt Lodge Hotel
Wrexham, Wrexham
More pricing inside
By placing your trust in our capable hands, you will enjoy our first class catering and private bar service. You will have your very own Wedding Coordinator and Holt Lodge’s expert team.
Read more
  • 85
  • 37 Bedrooms
  • £2500 - £13000
View wedding venue
Chateau Rhianfa
Menai Bridge, Isle of Anglesey
(2)
Bridebook Deal AvailableMore pricing inside
Château Rhianfa is a beguiling architectural treasure sitting in a commanding setting overlooking the Menai Strait on the Isle of Anglesey, off the north-west coast of Wales.
Read more
  • 100
  • 30 Bedrooms
  • £6000 - £40000
View wedding venue
Celtic Manor Resort
Newport, Monmouthshire
More pricing inside
Celtic Manor Resort offers a variety of exceptional wedding venues in the heart of the countryside.
Read more
  • 500
  • 400 Bedrooms
  • From £6560
View wedding venue
Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel and Spa
Llangefni, Isle of Anglesey
More pricing inside
Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel & Spa is the definitive wedding venue in North Wales, a canvas upon which to craft a truly unforgettable celebration.
Read more
  • 120
  • 29 Bedrooms
  • £300 - £500
View wedding venue
The Vale Resort
Hensol, Vale of Glamorgan
More pricing inside
Set in 650 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside, the Vale Resort is the ideal setting for your picture perfect wedding.
Read more
  • 400
  • 143 Bedrooms
  • From £85 pp
View wedding venue
Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture
Berriew, Powys
Bridebook Deal AvailableMore pricing inside
Andrew Logan’s Museum of Sculpture stands out from the crowd and actively looks to embrace diversity, welcoming couples who want an unusual celebration.
Read more
  • 40
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • £500 - £600
View wedding venue
Mansion House Llansteffan
Llangain, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
More pricing inside
SET IN FIVE ACRES OF ROMANTIC HILLTOP GARDENS IN A SECRET CORNER OF RURAL WEST WALES, we specialise in outdoor wedding ceremonies, five star service & 2 AA rosette food.
Read more
  • 136
  • 8 Bedrooms
  • £5000 - £19000
View wedding venue
Llantrisant Guildhall
Llantrisant, Rhondda Cynon Taf
Video tours available
Llantrisant Guildhall is the perfect setting for your wedding. This unique venue will be yours for the day, so you and your guests can enjoy exclusive use of its rooms and nearby Castle Green.
Read more
  • 50
  • £500 - £2995
View wedding venue
Manor Parc Country Hotel and Restaurant
Cardiff, Cardiff
Built as a country manor in 1850, the Manor Parc boasts a stunning entrance hall and Oak Lounge. Set in beautiful grounds we have over 35 years experience in hosting weddings and ceremonies.
Read more
  • 120
  • 21 Bedrooms
  • From £72 pp
View wedding venue
Tyn Dwr Hall
Llangollen, Denbighshire
(16)
More pricing inside
An absolutely stunning venue offering beautiful, luxurious settings for your extra special ceremony or reception.
Read more
  • 150
  • 27 Bedrooms
  • £3950 - £8450
View wedding venue
Plas y Rhosyn
Swansea, Powys
(3)
More pricing inside
Situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, we are blessed with incredible views across the Swansea Valley, providing you with a stunning backdrop for your dream wedding in our modern new venue.
Read more
  • 120
  • 11 Bedrooms
  • £2000 - £3500
View wedding venue
Portland House
Cardiff Bay, Cardiff
(1)
More pricing inside
A luxuriously ornate setting, the Grade II listed Banking Hall at Portland House is a stunning backdrop for your wedding ceremony and reception.
Read more
  • 350
  • From £1800
View wedding venue
Llyn Gwynant Barns
Caernarfon, Gwynedd
More pricing inside
Llyn Gwynant Barns is an outstanding venue for weddings. These imposing Grade II-listed stone buildings are set in beautiful natural surroundings beside Llyn Gwynant lake with stunning views.
Read more
  • 140
  • £5000 - £6000
View wedding venue
Hawarden Castle Pavilion
Deeside, Flintshire
More pricing inside
Hawarden Castle Pavilion is a truly remarkable place, nestled between two historic castles of national importance.
Read more
  • 100
  • £6000 - £6000
View wedding venue
Peterstone Court Hotel
Llanhamlach, Powys
(1)
More pricing inside
Nestled in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, our award winning Country house wedding venue offers you the most idyllic, Country setting to celebrate your exclusive wedding day.
Read more
  • 130
  • 12 Bedrooms
  • £1750 - £4995
View wedding venue
Bodrhyddan Hall
Rhyl, Denbighshire
More pricing inside
A beautiful Grade I listed building in Denbighshire that's over 500 years old and located in stunning grounds.
Read more
  • 200
  • £995 - £3495
View wedding venue
Explore 469 venues in Wales
Sign up to get full access to Bridebook's extensive venue and supplier directory. Don't miss out on booking your dream team for your dream day!
Sign up now
FAQ's

What wedding venues in Wales have disabled access?

Although most wedding venues in Wales should be regarded as accessible, you could find that a venue has made minimal adjustments in order to be classed as ‘accessible’. It never hurts to inquire about accessibility while scouting potential venues because it may have been de-prioritised in older buildings if they are a listed building. This can be really frustrating when it comes to being inclusive for you and your guests. Begin your search by looking at the more modern hotel venues where facilities are often well maintained to account for those with disabilities. However, it's important to ask on your tour about any specific needs you or your party may have.

What is a wedding favour idea local to Wales?

Favors with a local or specific theme are a great way to include Wales on your wedding day. A lovely favour could be a jar of local honey or some homemade jam if the wedding is in a rustic country setting. Alternately, emphasize wales’ foodie roots by serving a local delicacy like miniature Welsh cakes. Traditionally you could also opt for Welsh love spoons to be given to your guests as a sign of your love for one another. You could always look to bring a hint of the Welsh language to your wedding venue by including little touches your guests will love. Anyone for a Cwtch?!


What is the busiest time for a Wales wedding?

The busiest time to get married in Wales with always be the summer months June, July and August. If you are looking to opt for a time a little outside of the box then how about a May wedding, as a May wedding falls slightly out of peak season you may be able to negotiate some discounts when it comes to your wedding venue. Another bonus to getting married in May is that it's been found to be the driest month throughout the UK! If you are aiming for a summer wedding be sure to book your wedding venue well in advance as many couples will flock to Wales for their wedding and you don't want to miss out on the venue of your dreams. As a rule of thumb look to book your wedding venue at least twelve months in advance to be able to secure your top spot and beginning.


Can I have a beach wedding in Wales?

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, you can only legally wed by the sea if you take your vows in a licensed venue on the beach with a solid roof. This leads to some couples having a beachside blessing only to be married before or after at an official ceremony at a licensed venue. If you would like an all in one seaside venue on the wales coastline then take in the panoramic North Gower views surrounding Ocean View, Windmill Gower or The Beaches Hotel in Prestatyn. By booking a beachside wedding venue you will be able to celebrate indoors easily if the weather takes a turn as well as being able to enjoy the stunning views of the welsh coastline.


Is it easy to have a church wedding in Wales?

If you dream of a Church wedding in Wales, the vicar will be able to guide you and get you ready for the big day. Everything must adhere to all applicable Church of England and UK legislation. The majority of Church of England weddings call for the publication of banns prior to the ceremony. Banns won't need to be set up until roughly four months before to the wedding but by speaking to the Vicar of your chosen church you will be able to get a better idea of what's needed. Remember to bear in mind that you will also need to find a suitable venue to celebrate in with your guests. This could be anywhere including a restaurant, hotel or purpose-built wedding venue anywhere in Wales.


Is it hard to find portable toilet hire for wedding in Wales?

If you are planning a marquee wedding or perhaps a festival-style wedding is on the cards, then you will need to ensure you hire adequate toilet facilities for your guests. The first thing you should do is speak to your venue and see if they have provisions in place but if not there are plenty of companies you can hire from in Wales. Most restroom rental companies work around your schedule and that of your venue to reduce stress while providing solid and modern facilities. For smaller ceremonies with only 50 guests up to sizable gatherings with hundreds of attendees, there are several toilet hire companies you will be able to rely on.

What is the average cost of a wedding in Wales?

The average cost of a wedding in Wales is £17,236. The good news is if this is out your budget there are plenty of ways to cut costs meaning you can have your dream wedding at a snip of the price.