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Llantilio House

NEW Barn Wedding Venue in Abergavenny

Monmouthshire, Abergavenny

£10,000 - £27,000

200 guests

1 review

Brand New, Renovated Grade II Farm House and Barns

Complete with 9 Double bedrooms, most onsuite - Sleeps 18

Land around for Glamping, to create that Festival Wedding Feel

Fully Licensed for Civil Ceremonies

All in House Bar - and commercial Kitchens for your chosen caterers from our preferred supplier list

Prices & Key Facts

Prices

Price Band: ££ - £££

Typical Price: £15,000

Price Range: £10,000 - £27,000

Based on a typical wedding reception for 100 guests, including venue hire, wedding breakfast, drinks package and evening buffet.

Hire Price Range: £6,000 - £12,000

Per Person Price Range: £40 - £150

Capacity

Guests for a ceremony: 100

Guest Capacity (min/max): 40 / 200

Guests for sit down meal: 40 - 120

Accomodation

Accommodation Rooms: 9

Accommodation Capacity: 20

 

About Llantilio House

Offering you exclusive use of our farm, as your wedding venue location. Our Brand New Wedding Venue offers you the use of the Farm house, for 9 double rooms, and the use of 2 barns and outhouses for your wedding and celebrations.

Renovated to the highest standard, surrounded by countryside, our superb carbon negative wedding venue is yours for either the day, a weekend or a week. The choice is yours.

The Details

Venue Type

Barn

Country House

Dry Hire Available

Eco Wedding Venue

Historic

Outdoor Weddings

Suitable for Asian Weddings

Suitable for Jewish Weddings

Unique & Unusual

Weekend Hire

Type of Ceremony

Civil ceremony licensed

Hindu (Fire ceremony permitted)

Humanist / Celebrant weddings

Jewish (Stage and Chuppah)

Outdoor Ceremonies

Venue Setting

Countryside

Remote

Riverside

Woodland

Catering Options

Asian

BBQ & Hog Roasts

Caribbean

Greek

Halal

Jewish

Kosher

Outside Caterers Permitted

Preferred Caterers

Vegan

Additional Facilities

Bespoke weddings

Dance floor

Discos permitted

Dog friendly

Exclusive use

Good Disabled Access

Guest rooms

Honeymoon suite

Licensed bar

Live music permitted

Onsite car parking

Outdoor ceremonies

Spa facilities

Swimming pool

Wedding packages

Contact & Location

Llantilio House

Pentwyn Farm, Llantilio Crossenny, Llantilio Crossenny, Abergavenny, NP7 8SS, Monmouthshire, United Kingdom

FAQs

Yes you can, this includes the whole farm, accomodation, swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, spa and barns. It also includes the surrounding fields and glamping facilities in the summer.

Yes we are, we are licensed to hold civil ceremonies in the Calf Shed or outside in the garden or courtyard of Llantilio House.

Yes, you can you. The ceremony can be conducted anywhere in the curtilage of Llantilio House which includes the garden and courtyard.

Corkage charged @ £10 per bottle.

We have a preferred list of caterers, but are also happy to consider outside caterers.

Usually from midday, but we encourage guests to take the whole venue for two nights to enjoy the pool/ spa/ treatments and can open the bar for campers/ guests.

1am

There can be some live music in the garden or courtyard before 8pm, but after that all music or bands must be located in the main barn or the calf shed and must finish by 1am.

No we don't allow fireworks at the venue.

It depends where you want it, but we tend to prefer organic confetti like rose petals.

Yes, Lottie is half Norwegian, so we love candles!

Yes, there is a dedicated bridal suite in the Granary, or sometimes brides prefer the Bull House (to have to themselves) or a private yurt.

Yes there are 9 bedrooms on site, use of a neighbouring cottage with a further 3 bedrooms, and lots of glamping options from May to September.

Yes, there are plenty of airbnb's in the area and another venue called Wern-y-cwm Farmhouse which sleeps 38 four miles down the road.

Our Sustainability Commitments

From the outset Llantilio House has aspired to be a carbon negative wedding venue by combining tradition with next generation technology. Rather than oil or gas, the venue is heated by heat pumps and 4.5km of ground source pipes. Hot water is created locally using heat from the buildings and mini ground-source heaters. And the pool/spa is filtered using the same science behind natural swimming ponds which negates the need for chlorine. We offset electrical carbon emissions through our partnership with the ‘Great Reserve’ sequioa plantation, Abergavenny and other de-carbonising endeavours such as restoring the Trothy valley back to wildflower floodplain meadow to improve topsoil sequestration and bio-diversity.

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