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Choosing the right wedding venue is the most time-consuming part of your wedding planning, but it’s also the most important! Our sporting wedding venues in Wales section is here to make the search for the perfect wedding venue quick and easy. You can browse through all of our sporting wedding venues in Wales and narrow your search by capacity, style and more to find the wedding venue that’s right for your big day.
Set in spectacular scenery in Mid Wales, Plas Dinam is a beautiful country house with a unique Old Stables wedding barn. Friendly and family run, you have the freedom to make the house your own over your wedding weekend, choose your own suppliers, bring your own drinks and party the night away in... (Stately Home Wales)
Garthmyl Hall is a unique, luxury wedding venue located on the Wales / Shropshire border. Created and managed by Julia Pugh, this venue bursts with style and individuality. Formerly a private home, Julia transformed this neglected Georgian gem into the incredible venue it is today. Garthmyl Hall... (Landmark Weddings Wales)
Oak Tree Farm Wedding Venue is a brand new venture set to open in June 2021. It is set to be South Wales premier outdoor wedding venue, combining a mix of flower meadows, woodland gardens and walks, bubbling streams and wedding ceremony areas with either a panaromic views or a woodland setting. This... (Landmark Weddings Wales)
The Vale Resort set amidst over 650 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside and is home to a luxuriously appointed 143 bedroom, four star hotel once part of the estate of Hensol Castle– a 17th century stately home. Ideally located just minutes from junction 34 of the M4, the Vale Resort combines... (Large Hotel Weddings Wales)
Set in the rolling Wrexham countryside, and nestled next to the enchanting River Dee, Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse is one of Wales’ most romantic settings for your wedding day. Set on 150-acres of greenfield space and licensed to host your civil ceremony, you are invited to relax and enjoy what is sure... (Sporting Wales)