Some of my Favourite Wedding Venues
In North Wales
The best wedding venues in North Wales for an unforgettable wedding.
Shooting a wedding in North Wales is has got to be one of the most pleasurable jobs for a UK photographer working across the North West. When I am booked to shoot a wedding in North Wales, I know that it will involve jaw dropping landscapes and fantastic venues.
North Wales has got to be one of the most astounding locations in the U.K. With a ton of great wedding venues available across this unspoilt jewel of the North West, it is a really popular wedding location and I love shooting here. After so many wedding shoots in North Wales, these are the North Wales wedding venues that remain top faves. Stand out, unforgettable wedding shoots in the most beautiful locations. Here’s a roundup of my favourite places to shoot weddings in North Wales.
If you want unforgettable architecture, Soughton Hall is the one. This divine stately home is an extraordinary venue, with plenty of different spaces to use and a sublime, glittering walkway for an awesome entrance. The grounds here are astonishing, there are ornamental gardens, immaculate lawns and landscaped grounds, as well as plenty of rooms for guests to stay overnight.
For an idyllic wedding in the North Wales countryside, Nant Gwytheryn is the one. This picture perfect beauty boasts wooded valleys, a private beach, a chapel and contemporary spaces with views out to the mountains and sea that surround. Simply stunning.
Tower Hill Barns
If you want a dazzling barn conversion, Tower Hill Barns is North Wales one to beat. This luxe, light, modern venue is set within a cracking 10 acres of picturesque grounds, with wonderful views of the surrounding landscape, an array of lavish spaces and all of the plush facilities that you would expect.
Lake Vrynwy Hotel
Breath-taking Lake Vrnwy Hotel is a guaranteed hit. With out-of-this-world views across North Wales from the wide range of sumptuous spaces, a private lakeside terrace and a lush spa on hand too, Lake Vrnwy Hotel is a divine space for a spectacular wedding, away from it all.
For elegance and sophistication, Iscoyd Park is the one. An exquisite, luxe space in the country, offering the perfect mix of Georgian refinement and modern sophistication. From the stunning, light Coach House to the sumptuous Garden Room, divine, bright Drawing Room and lavish marquee with its impressive chandeliers, these are beautiful spaces set in a resplendent collection of stunning English gardens, bursting with lavender, roses and wonderful delights.
Tyn Dwr Hall
Tyn Dwr Hall is a spectacular Grade II-listed venue, close to Llangollen, that is part of the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tyn Dwr Hall has a range of luxe spaces set in magnificent ancient woodlands. From the glittering Ballroom to the contemporary Garden Room and sublime glamping village in the shadows of the waterfall, this is a woodland wonder that you will want to see.
Trevor Hall is the consummate venue for a rural wedding. With the opportunity to use Trevor Hall’s stunning range of spaces in the precise way that you desire, this venue offers everything that you need. The facilities here are unsurpassed, from the gorgeous Trevor Church to period spaces within the house, marquees on the lawn or celebrations anywhere across the expansive grounds, this is the perfect place to design the wedding of your dreams.
What North Wales has to offer
It is a phrase that is often over-used, but North Wales really does offer up all of nature’s finest. From rugged mountains to soft beaches, lush green hills, gushing waterfalls, ancient woodlands and glorious lakes, North Wales is a corner of the U.K. that continues to offer a tranquil slice of the best of rural Britain.
Packed with history, character and culture, from the mountain peaks of Snowdonia to the beauty of the Isle of Anglesey and unsurpassed glory of Llandudno and Colwyn Bay, North Wales is a place to explore, adventure and savour.
This is a moment when you won’t want to sit down. There is so much to see and do here. As well as the obvious hikes, walks and trails across Snowdonia National Park, there is Zip Fforest’s multitude of experiences which includes the thrilling 100ft Plummet Tower freefall, awesome Zip Safari and infamous Skyride.
Add to that the sheer wonder of Swallow Falls, or a gorge walk, abseil or climb at Betws-y-Coed Activity Centre’s, journeying through the abandoned mines and forgotten caverns that lie deep inside the Snowdonian mountains.
For history and culture there is the magic and romance of medieval Conwy Castle, the Conwy Valley Railway Museum with its miniature and full-size steam ride-ons, the cast iron wonder of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and botany heaven at the National Trust’s Bodnant Garden.
Whatever you choose to do in this magical corner of the U.K., it is sure to be unforgettable.
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