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Bryngwyn Hall, Powys

Llanfyllin

Civil Licence
Church Nearby
Exclusive Use
Small weddings
Car Parking
300 capacity

The feel

Bryngwyn Hall is an historic, romantic, private, family house, set in nine acres of landscaped gardens which, in spring time, has a stunning show of thousands of daffodils, flowering shrubs and trees. In summer the secluded rose garden is full of intoxicating scents and the herbaceous borders are a blaze of colour. The tranquil waters of the two large lakes and the sound of birdsong will transport you into paradise. The house is set in over sixty acres of oak studded parkland. We have the perfect setting and photographic backdrop for your special day.

Bryngwyn Hall holds a civil ceremony licence for up to 100 people in two delightful rooms, we welcome large or small wedding parties for exclusive use. Our marquee site a few steps from the house has breathtaking views over the oak studded parkland and the undulating north Powys hills What ever sort of wedding you want we will help and guide you making sure that it is the perfect day to remember.

Our secluded Coach House adjacent to the main house, is the perfect place to rent over your wedding.

We are situated just over the Shropshire border within easy reach of train stations and motorways.

Features

Venue type: Country house, Garden, Historic, Unusual, Waterside
Ceremony capacity: 300
Reception capacity: Up to 300 guests in a marquee
Service capacity: 100 guests in the house
Civil Licence: Yes
Church Nearby: Yes
Exclusive Use: Yes
Accommodation: No
Small weddings: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Dry hire availability: No
Onsite catering: No

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Location

Bryngwyn Hall
Bwlch-y-Cibau
Llanfyllin
Powys
Mid Wales
SY22 5LJ

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01691 64 83 73

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