If panoramic views, green landscapes and majestic mountains are on your checklist of wedding venue must-haves, you're going to want to consider looking at wedding venues in North Wales. Home to Snowdonia National Park, countless picturesque valleys and over 50 lakes, it's no wonder couples who want to 'get away from it all' are choosing to have their weddings in North Wales.
Whether snuggling in a sleeping bag and camping under the stars is your idea of heaven or you fancy something a little more luxe, these romantic wedding venues in North Wales will have you saying 'I do' to the sound of beautiful birdsong in the unspoilt Welsh countryside. As for the all important wedding photographs, you'll be hard pressed to find a better backdrop.
We've rounded up 10 of best North Wales wedding venues that we reckon will have you heading to the mountains in no time.
10 Scenic North Wales Wedding Venues
1. Bron Eifion Country House Hotel - Gwynedd
The award-winning Bron Eifion Country House Hotel can be found in five acres of beautiful grounds tucked at the top of Wales' Cardigan Bay.
Not only does this North Wales wedding venue offer stunning sea views and plenty of opportunities for gorgeous wedding photos, it's located only a few minutes drive away from the beach and Criccieth Castle.
You'll be able to celebrate your special day with 150 of your friends and family, with accommodation provided for 36 guests. You'll also enjoy exclusive access to the entire venue, as Bron Eifion operates a 'one wedding per day' policy.
2. Ruthin Castle Hotel & Spa - Denbighshire
Ruthin Castle Hotel & Spa is a beautiful and majestic wedding venue that sits upon acres of parkland beside the Clwydian Range in North Wales.
From the stunning backdrop and impressive medieval style interiors to the gorgeous grounds complete with impressive peacocks, this four star hotel could be the castle wedding venue you're dreaming of.
This venue is able to host celebrations of up to 140 people, or 225 if you opt for a marquee, and they offer a range of wedding packages for intimate or large guest lists. No matter the size of your North Wales wedding, you're guaranteed a warm welcome and a great day!
3. Talhenbont Hall - Gwynedd
Talhenbont Hall is a 17th century Elizabethan manor house that's an enchanting natural backdrop for your special day.
Whether you want to take your wedding photographs in the surrounding woodland or say 'I do' on the stunning pergola which overlooks the River Dwyfach, this wedding venue makes the most of the Welsh countryside.
They can accommodate up to 42 people in their charming venue accommodation located across six properties within the estate. Plus, the gorgeous wedding suite complete with a stylish copper bath and antique fireplace is a truly spectacular space to get ready in.
4. Plas Dinas Country House - Gwynedd
If you're planning a summer wedding, Plas Dinas Country House could be the perfect place.
Whether it's a festival theme or an afternoon tea style wedding, the venue's outside marquee wedding venue can be dressed up and decorated to suit your taste. You won't have to worry about the details, the on-site luxury wedding planner will be on hand to create your dream day.
You can also work with the on-site chefs to plan your own bespoke wedding menu. There's a range of delicious traditional and fine dining options to choose from, guaranteed to impress.
5. Priodasau Neuadd Hugh Owen Hall Weddings - Gwynedd
Fancy spending your whole day in one beautiful North Wales spot? Priodasau Neuadd is licenced for civil ceremonies and has plenty of accommodation on-site, meaning that you can take the whole day to enjoy the beautiful grounds overlooking the Menai Strait.
Here, you and up to 100 guests can enjoy a civil ceremony in the Menai Suite, before heading over to the restored Hugh Owen Hall for delicious food and drinks. There's also a lawn that simply begs to host a drinks reception, allowing your guests to enjoy stunning views while you have photographs taken.
And once the night draws to a close, there's no need to worry about travel - this venue boasts 54 en-suite guest rooms.
6. Chateau Rhianfa - Isle of Anglesey
You and your partner don't have to travel to France to marry at an elegant Chateau - Chateau Rhianfa is a French-style chateau wedding venue located on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. Positioned right on the water's edge of the Menai Strait and overlooking the mountains of Snowdonia, this wedding venue is a serene, tranquil and private place to enjoy a fairy-tale inspired day.
With 30 luxurious bedrooms available, you and your guests can sleep off the big day in the most opulent surroundings and wake up in style.
7. Henblas Country Park - Isle of Anglesey
You'll be spoilt for ceremony location choices at Henblas Country Park, a dreamy farmstead wedding venue.
The White Gallery is a bright and fresh space, lined with gorgeous chandeliers and boasting stunning views across the Snowdonia mountains.
Perfect for intimate celebrations, The Breakfast Room seats up to 60 guests. It has its original fireplace making it feel so cosy if you're planning a winter wedding.
In use from April to September, larger parties of up to 160 people can enjoy The Waterside - an outdoor space nestled amongst charming wildflowers and surrounded by water. Whatever you choose, you're guaranteed to be impressed!
8. Tyn Dwr Hall - Denbighshire
Located near the picturesque town of Llangollen, Tyn Dwr Hall blends a contemporary wedding venue with charming rustic wedding features - perfect for couples who want an elegant wedding with a touch of nature.
No one has to be left off the overnight guest list with this wedding venue as it provides accommodation for up to 66 people in three wedding suites, a glamping village and the Yew Tree Cottage. Not only that, you and your guests will have the whole place to yourself - the hall, its rooms and the grounds!
We love the idea of bringing the outdoors in by decorating the ceremony room with candles, trees, moss and foliage.
9. Talhenbont Hall - Gwynedd
Exclusivity is the name of the game at Talhenbont Hall. This country house wedding venue dates all the way back to 1607 and can be found nestled in 100 acres of private ancient woodland in the picturesque area of Snowdonia.
No matter whether you want to tie the knot indoors or outdoors, Talhenbont Hall has you covered. Weddings of up to 200 are welcomed here, with the opportunity to enjoy drinks and canapes in the outdoor terrace area before heading to the Coach House to celebrate a picture-perfect wedding breakfast.
Finish off the night by the dreamy firepit, before retiring to the on-site accommodation in one of six different buildings. Up to 42 guests can spend the night here, meaning that the fun can continue on to the next day too.
10. The Coach House at Soughton Hall - Flintshire
The Coach House is the ideal venue for any couples seeking luxury. This 16th century manor house has been remodelled several times, giving the space an excellent combination of the old and the new.
Planning an outdoor wedding? Take your pick of the terrace, courtyard or any of the beautiful garden spaces. If an indoor wedding is more your style, then The Loft, a converted hay storage space with high ceilings and oak beams, will give a rustic feel to your day. Small weddings can make use of the Stables Bar.
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