Historical Wedding Venues in North Wales

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North Wales

North Wales is the northern region of Wales, a country within the United Kingdom. Known for epic landscapes, North Wales is filled with eye-opening scenery and rich distinctive culture. It is home to one of Europe’s oldest living languages with its own distinct dialect (5 in all throughout the country). For a relatively small area, North Wales punches above its weight as one of the most popular places to visit in the UK. Llandudno for example is one of Britain's most popular and oldest seaside resorts offering long sandy beaches and a Victorian pier. A world-renowned attraction is the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. Mount Snowdon stands 1,034 meters tall attracting climbers and walkers to its outstanding natural beauty. North Wales is also famous for its Castles - Caenarvon, Beaumaris, Conwy, Penrhyn and Harlech Castle. Anglesey Island is worth a visit and the area is generally accessible by ferry from Ireland and Northern Ireland and served by Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport. Photo by v2osk on Unsplash

2 Wedding Venues in North Wales meet your criteria

Image of The Royal Oak, Welshpool
North Wales, Wales
64 Km from Location
The Royal Oak, Welshpool is a beautiful Inn situated in the heart of Welshpool. We have a civil ceremonies licence and a large suite for your wedding breakfast and evening...
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Parking
Capacity
2-150
Avg Price
£54.00
Image of Aloft Liverpool
Merseyside, England
66 Km from Location
An wonderful day awaits at Aloft Liverpool in the iconic Royal Insurance Building, a locally loved landmark in the heart of Liverpool.
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
Capacity
50-250
Avg Price
£30.00
North Wales

North Wales is the northern region of Wales, a country within the United Kingdom. Known for epic landscapes, North Wales is filled with eye-opening scenery and rich distinctive culture. It is home to one of Europe’s oldest living languages with its own distinct dialect (5 in all throughout the country). For a relatively small area, North Wales punches above its weight as one of the most popular places to visit in the UK. Llandudno for example is one of Britain's most popular and oldest seaside resorts offering long sandy beaches and a Victorian pier. A world-renowned attraction is the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. Mount Snowdon stands 1,034 meters tall attracting climbers and walkers to its outstanding natural beauty. North Wales is also famous for its Castles - Caenarvon, Beaumaris, Conwy, Penrhyn and Harlech Castle. Anglesey Island is worth a visit and the area is generally accessible by ferry from Ireland and Northern Ireland and served by Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport. Photo by v2osk on Unsplash

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