Celebrate in style in the heart of Royal Albert Dock at the Maritime Museum
Located in the heart of the historical Royal Albert Dock, Maritime Museum...
Built in 1607, Talhenbont Hall is a privately run, family-owned estate nestled in the Welsh countryside on the Llyn Peninsula.
The Hall itself is a 17th-century Elizabethan manor house, accompanied by a Grade II listed coach house and five charming cottages, which are dotted around the estate. There is sleeping accommodation for 42 people on site with plenty of alternatives locally for those unable to stay at Talhenbont. There’s also a beautiful bridal suite situated in the manor house, which boasts a free-standing bath and four-poster bed.
The Coach House Terrace was a new addition for 2022. A stunning space with a modern twist, the Terrace boasts a firepit, fabulous views of the River Dwyfach and ancient woodland. Couples love this al fresco spot and it’s ideal for drinks receptions. What’s more, the estate’s grounds and gardens are simply stunning and offer endless photo opportunities.
THE “I DOS”
You have the choice of three ceremony spaces, inside and out. Cromwell Hall is a gorgeous historical room boasting original beams and Minton floor. It can accommodate 70 loved ones to witness your vows.
The Coach House can hold 150. A Grade II listed structure, it has plenty of original features to show off, alongside a modern twist with glamorous chandeliers and windows.
The Pergoda overlooks ancient woodland and the River Dwyfach. Seating here is amphitheatre style, meaning all of your loved ones have a fabulous view as you say “I do.”
The Coach House hosts receptions and with oodles of natural light it’s a gorgeous place to enjoy your wedding breakfast. A large bi-fold window at the back looks out over the ancient woodland. It can welcome 150 for dining and 200 for the evening do. Talhenbont Hall offers a complimentary food and wine tasting where bespoke menus are devised after you’ve sampled your preferences.
GET IN TOUCH
01766 810 247 | www.talhenbonthall.co.uk