Get Married in a Welsh Castle: Craig Y Nos Wedding Fayre in January

Could there be anywhere more romantic than getting married in a castle?

Registry offices, hotels, country homes, beaches and churches are all lovely, but *gah* imagine saying "I do" in a castle.

And we just happen to know of one midway between Swansea and Brecon: Craig Y Nos Castle.

Surrounded by mountains and situated inside Brecon National Park, Craig Y Nos is ideal for couples looking for a romantic rural escape.   

And the stunning scenery surrounding it is equally matched by the beauty inside. 

We LOVE the idea of having the ceremony in the Grade I listed theatre, and then moving into the newly refurbished conservatory (with stunning views) for the wedding breakfast. 

And we think you will, too, once you visit the Craig Y Nos website and take a look.

There's a fab opportunity, too, to visit Craig Y Nos in the new year when it hosts a wedding fayre on Sunday 8th January between 11am and 4pm. 

Local wedding suppliers will be on hand to demonstrate what they offer, and you can take a tour around the venue with one of the experienced wedding planners

Of course, the moment someone mentions a castle it's easy to imagine that a venue as beautiful as this one could be out of your price range but chances are you'll be pleasantly surprised.

Craig Y Nos has a range of packages that make this an affordable option for most couples in need of a venue with charm, history and character. 

Want the venue to yourself? You can book Craig Y Nos for exclusive use, too.

There are multiple accommodation options, so guests won't have to worry about leaving when the fun is still happening. 

Tempted to have a look?

You should be!

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