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  • James Matthews

Wedding photography at Cefn Tilla Court

Cefn Tilla Court Wedding venue is a stunning privately owned Grade II * country estate in the village of Llandenny, in the heart of the stunning Monmouthshire countryside.

Its origins date from 1616. During the English Civil War, the court was the headquarters of Thomas Fairfax during the siege of Raglan Castle, and the terms of the castle's surrender were signed at the house in 1646.

Cefn Tilla Court has fast become one of the leading Wedding Venues in South Wales. With the historical Great House and a collection of luxury guest accommodation, Cefn Tilla Court is seen by many as Monmouthshire's best wedding venue.

Whatever the vision, whether an intimate romantic ceremony in the Great Hall or under the pagoda beside the picturesque ornamental lily pond, Cefn Tilla Court can make a dream wedding become a reality.

Cefn Tilla court offers complete flexibility to couples getting married to make your day truly unique to you. A meeting with the very experienced wedding planner, Emma, before the wedding will allow the couple to be as involved in planning their wedding as they want. It's like having your own venue. If you want your wedding to be as close as you imagine, you will find it here.

Cefn Tilla Court is a beautifully restored Regency manor house set in its gardens and paddocks. The property has been used for exclusive weddings and is an ideal location for your wedding celebration. The grounds are extensive and offer ample space for you and your guests.

The house is just 5 miles from Newport, 6 miles from Abergavenny and 8 miles from Monmouth. You can enjoy beautiful walks in the area or even a day trip to the Brecon Beacons.

Destination: Monmouthshire

Venue: Cefn Tilla Court

Setting: Outdoor wedding

Location: Cefntilla Court, Llandenny, Usk NP15 1DG

Are you looking for a journalistic wedding photographer? Please get in touch with me on my contact page for my availability.

Beautiful wedding venue in Monmouth
Cefn Tilla Court Wedding Venue

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