Llanvihangel Court is an historic 15C Tudor Manor with landscaped gardens. The house contains fine 17C panelling and plaster ceilings, with an important oak staircase, stables and large barn. Among other historic associations, it was a reputed hideaway for Charles 1 during the Civil War.
Groups and special visits
Imposing and beautifully sited Grade I C15th/C17th manor house with contemporary terraced approach and landscaped grounds. Period features include fine moulded plaster ceilings, oak panelling and impressive yew staircase. Interesting family pictures and artefacts. Great Hall will sit 60.
The ceremony takes place in the 17th century Great Hall, seating up to 100 people. Receptions can be held in a marquee on a lawn in the grounds with the caterer of your choice.