Your South Wales Wedding - May/June 2020 (Issue 73)
18 www.darrenthomasphotography.com BRYNGARW HOUSE, CF32 8UU 01656 729 009 | www.bryngarwhouse.com Bryngarw House is a historic property situated in more than 113 acres of gorgeous parkland. The hotel is thought to have been built in the 15 th -century and is now an exclusive wedding venue. Outside, couples will find plenty of places to take photographs, including Bryngarw Country Park which features a beautiful ornamental bridge and tea house. Indoors, there are 19 luxurious en-suite bedrooms, including the honeymoon suite, to choose from, a picturesque conservatory and the perfect blend of country charm and modern elegance. CELEBRATE IN STYLE Bursting with character, the Treharne Suite is a stunning space filled with natural light and is capable of holding 120 loved ones for the ceremony. Alternatively, the fixed marquee can be used. Boasting elegant drapes, a large bar and twinkling dancefloor, this breathtaking area can accommodate 120 friends and family for the service and 250 for the reception. WE LOVE... Newlyweds will receive a complimentary tasting menu and a honeymoon suite on the night of the wedding. www.darrenthomasphotography.com GRAND PAVILION, CF36 3YW 01656 815 995 | www.grandpavilion.co.uk Originally built in 1932, The Grand Pavilion is a popular tourist attraction in Porthcawl. The property offers a variety of quality entertainment and music throughout the year. Guests will enjoy stunning views of Exmoor and the North Devon coastline, and there are plenty of places for couples to take photographs. CELEBRATE IN STYLE The Auditorium has an Art Deco style throughout and boasts a dome roof, which is illuminated by more than 300 lights, and a grand colour scheme. This space can hold 600 loved ones for the service, 240 for the wedding breakfast and 400 for the reception. Alternatively, The Stage Door Suite can be used for smaller celebrations with room for 150 friends and family for the ceremony and 100 for the party. WE LOVE... Couples will be able to go behind the scenes and see where some of their favourite plays and musicians have performed.