Caerphilly Castle

Castle Street, Caerphilly, CF83 1JD

The grand atmosphere of the Great Hall creates a splendid venue for a very special occasion. The Great Hall annexe is fitted with modern kitchen facilities and a bar area. The sophisticated ambient lighting system casts a soft glow over the hall, highlighting the ornate tracery of the windows and medieval stonework.

Caerphilly Castle, with its magnificent moat and impressive 14 th century Great Hall, is a perfect venue for a romantic civil wedding or civil partnership ceremony. The Great Hall at Caerphilly Castle is available for both the civil ceremony and the reception and/or evening event, but not solely for the ceremony. The function can take place either during the afternoon or in the afternoon and evening, but the ceremony can take place only between 12 noon and 6pm.The Great Hall may also be booked for evening functions, such as parties, dinners and dances, and company events. Bookings for the Hall are dealt with by Cadw’s Visitor and Business Services Unit — 01443 336106. Cadw will accept bookings for Caerphilly Great Hall up to 13 months in advance of the date. For example, bookings for March 2013 will be taken from February 2012. Applicants for ceremonies are encouraged to make sure that a registrar is available to conduct their ceremony before making their provisional booking. For a formal seated fuction, a maximum of 150 is recommended.

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  1. Peter K
    Peter K

    Excellent facilities and very high level of service provided.The registry service, reception and post-wedding party are all held in the same function room, which is promptly cleared and re-set as required. The Castle makes a fantastic ‘historic’ wedding photo backdrop. Yes the Castle is open to the public up until early evening, but we are not talking hundreds of people getting in the way. A lovely and unique way to start married life. (Trip Advisor)

    October 7, 2016 at 1:52 pm
  2. Kwieca
    Kwieca

    Lovely †Wedding‡ Setting,
    we had the privilege to attend our son and daughter-in-laws wedding here. the setting was immense. the castle and grounds made a picturesque setting for the photographs. the comments we had about the location was numerous on the day

    it is lovely place to visit just to walk around the castle and is dog friendly. it has a tower that leans more than the tower of pisa i believe, and is unsupported.
    (TripAdvisor Review)

    May 18, 2017 at 3:45 pm

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