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Castle Wedding Venue in South Wales offers Couples Free Exclusive Use if 50 guests stay overnight

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craigynoscastleweddings.com offers Wedding Couples a stunning Castle Wedding Venue in South Wales for just £40 per guest, with free exclusive use of the entire castle if more than 50 guests stay overnight.

Craig y Nos Castle Wedding Venue in South Wales is in the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty with stunning mountain scenery viewed from the wedding reception rooms. Half way between Swansea and Brecon, Craig y Nos Castle is reached from the M4 at Swansea.

This Castle Wedding Venue hosts 70 - 85 weddings a year, each one being exclusive to the wedding couple for their day.

Provided the Bride can invite 50 guests to their wedding breakfast, and have 50 guests staying overnight at the Wedding Package's B&B tariff, the Castle offers free use of the entire venue. This Wedding Package saves over £3,000 over the Castle's regular wedding tariff.

Wedding Packages at Craig y Nos Castle in South Wales are a very reasonable £40 per head for the Wedding Breakfast and Welcome Drinks. An evening buffet can be added for £12.50 per guest attending the Wedding Breakfast.

One of the benefits of Craig y Nos Castle is its size and the number of rooms guests can use. A Grade One listed Opera House is licensed for wedding ceremonies, while the day reception and wedding breakfast is held in the Castle's 130 cover Conservatory. In the evening, guests move to the main function room, which holds 150, for the evening party.

Throughout the day Guests have the run of the whole castle ground flood, including bars, two lounges, and three function rooms. The couple merely pay £40 per guest, for the wedding breakfast and welcome drinks, and they and their guests have the run of the whole castle for their Special Day.

Brides and Grooms interested in getting married in South Wales should visit www.craigynoscastleweddings.com to see what is included in the Castle's wedding package.

 
 
 

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