Talhenbont Hall, Gwynedd
Talhenbont Hall is a privately run, family-owned estate nestled in the Welsh countryside on the Llyn Peninsula, and built in 1607 it's rich in history. The Hall was constructed by William Vaughan as a wedding present for his new wife Ann. The grounds are simply stunning, featuring an ancient woodland and formal garden, which couples get exclusive use of. The pergoda, where you can exchange vows with no limit on numbers, is positioned on the terrace overlooking the River Dwyfach, which flows through the estate. The position of this venue is certainly enviable, situated as it is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, just two miles from the beach.
Ceremonies take place in the Grade II listed Coach House, packed with both original and modern features. It can host 150, and is also a gorgeous spot for your wedding breakfast, with a bar built by the owner, Paul Good, from the estate's wood. For more intimate "I dos" you have a choice between the Vaughan Room, situated in the Elizabethan Manor House, and the Cromwell Hall with its original Milton floor. They can host 50 and 70 guests respectively, with 30 and 70 for the wedding breakfast later.
The venue offers a complimentary food and wine tasting, where bespoke menus are devised once you've discovered your preferences.
Contact: 01766 810 247 | www.talhenbonthall.co.uk
Talhenbont Hall, Chwilog, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales LL53 6SZ