Somewhere to say ‘I Do’

Are you looking for somewhere to say ‘I Do’? I speak to lots of couples who are looking for somewhere a little bit different to get married in and it can often be difficult to think of places to look. Here are a few of my favourite places that would be great for weddings!

Llancaiach Fawr Manor

Based in Caerphilly, this haunted manor has outstanding gardens and the staff are so helpful and friendly. Beautiful buildings and views make this venue what it is. Definitely worth a visit!

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Nash Point Lighthouse

For intimate weddings of up to 25 guests this venue is sensational. Absolutely gorgeous, picturesque and unusual, Nash Point Lighthouse is something that little bit special!

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St. Donat’s Castle

This is a great up and coming wedding venue in South Wales. Situated in Llantwit Major, St. Donat’s Castle is a beautiful building with great character. With sea views this is the perfect locations for the romantic bride and groom.

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Plas Cilybebyll

Located near Swansea, Plas Cilybebyll is can hold up to 60 guests and boasts 2 acres of gardens, 2 function rooms and 11 bedrooms – all available for exclusive use allowing you your own perfect wedding hideaway.

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Coal Exchange

Cardiff’s famous coal exchange is a large and versatile wedding venue which can be used to create your own perfect masterpiece. The perfect venue for something a little extravagant!

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Get in touch with us at Weddings by Rachel for help, tips, advice, support and on the day wedding coordination to help you create your perfect wedding day within your budget!

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