Hotel wedding venues in Wales
Tyddyn Llan - Six Course Tasting Menu Special Offer
In this thickly rural corner of north Wales, Susan and Bryan Webb run their much-admired, 'friendly, relaxed’ restaurant-with-rooms.
Bodysgallen Hall and Spa - 'Escape to the Country' Special Offer
‘A lovely old house’, this historic mansion on the slopes of Pydew mountain has glorious views of Snowdonia.
Llangoed Hall - Spring into Summer Special Offer
Deep in the Wye valley, this privately owned 17th-century manor house stands in ‘a great atmosphere of peace’, overlooking green meadows leading to the river.
The Angel Hotel
Take your lead from the locals beating a path to the door of this ‘handsomely refurbished’ 19th-century coaching inn: there are ‘very good scones, elegantly served on pretty china’ at the renowned afternoon tea, say trusted reporters this year.
Llys Meddyg - Three Night Spring Coastal Break Special Offer
Edward and Louise Sykes’s ‘personable, wholly likeable’ restaurant-with-rooms occupies a Georgian house on the main street of an ‘attractive village’, minutes from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
St Brides Spa Hotel
‘The sea views, over Saundersfoot Bay, are wonderful and exceptional’ at this family-friendly hotel, perched above a village in the Pembrokeshire Coast national park.
‘Timeless standards of comfort’ keep guests coming back to this Italianate mansion ‘in a wonderful position’ on the River Usk.
Approached via quiet lanes bordered by hedgerows and dark-limbed trees, Jean-Pierre Mifsud’s Victorian hunting lodge-turned-country house hotel stands in extensive grounds stretching to a lake on the River Irfon.
The Old Rectory
Guests praise the ‘outstanding attention to detail’ at Gary and Lindsay Ashcroft’s B&B, in an 18th-century rectory at the end of a leafy drive.
Overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast, Melanie and Lucas Boissevain’s chic hotel is ‘clearly on the up’.
In ‘flourishing gardens’ near the coast, Neil and Zoë Kedward’s ‘beautifully quiet’ hotel is ‘a real haven – particularly when you arrive in the dark after a long drive’.
At the end of a mile-long drive through ‘lovely surroundings’ of rolling pastureland, Chris and Lisa Hutton lay on an ‘absolutely perfect’ welcome at their ‘striking Victorian pile’ in ‘handsome’ landscaped gardens.
In beautiful grounds near the Dyfi estuary, this chic restaurant-with-rooms occupies a 16th-century manor house once owned by Queen Victoria.
On the edge of Snowdonia national park, this historic mansion, lavishly refurbished, is today a sumptuous country house hotel rich in antiques, plush fabrics, fine wood panelling and painted ceilings.
Laid-back and rustic, the Evans family’s restaurant-with-rooms stands in the midst of north Pembrokeshire farmland.
In sheep-grazed countryside on the Isle of Anglesey, this quirky, ‘much-enjoyed’ restaurant-with-rooms is in a converted stone-built barn and granary, with glorious views to Snowdonia.
Mansion House Llansteffan
The views stretch over the Tywi estuary and Carmarthen bay from the well-maintained grounds that surround David and Wendy Beaney’s stylish restaurant-with-rooms.
In parkland, woods and meadows below Offa’s Dyke, Bre and Graham Carrington-Sykes cater for all sorts.
Built over 50 years, from 1925, by Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis, Portmeirion, the Italianate village, grew up behind this Victorian mansion, now a hotel that ‘combines old-world touches with stylish modernity’.
Once a stopover for mail coaches between Swansea and Cardiff, this lively, well-located hotel in the Vale of Glamorgan is well liked for its friendly atmosphere and community-hub feel.
Across the park and the River Taff from Cardiff Castle, the service guests receive at this stylishly refurbished Victorian town house hotel is positively royal: a butler, personal chef and chauffeur-driven vintage Rolls-Royce are at the ready.