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The Oak Hall - Neuadd y Dderwen

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The Oak Hall - Neuadd y Dderwen
Rhos-Y-Gilwen Mansion
SA43 2TW

tel:- +44 1239 841387
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The Oak Hall - Neuadd y Dderwen :-
Rhos-Y-Gilwen Mansion, a Pembrokeshire country retreat, near Cardigan in West Wales, provides a unique venue for business meetings, conferences, seminars, family activity holidays, language-learning holidays and wedding receptions.

Venue type: Purpose Built function suite made with the frame made of green oak, with an Orangery attached

Number of function rooms available for weddings: 1 large
Function room names and capacities: The Oak Hall or Neuadd y Dderwen - we can cater in a formal layout for up to 150 guests in the Oak Hall, but have the capacity for up to a further 100 guests for the evening function.

Guests rooms available: at least 4, and possibly more
Honeymoon suite available: yes

Local accommodation: we have a list of local B&Bs in the area.
Choice of wedding breakfast menus Yes
Alcohol License Yes
Licensed for Civil Ceremonies Yes
Dance Floor Yes
Evening Reception Facilities Yes
Car Parking Facilities Yes
Tables chairs linens and tableware included

Entertainment is available: we have a list of local artists and discos which might be of interest to the bride and groom

Wedding services provided: to be didcussed when the couple get in touch
Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: yes
Suitable locations inside the venue for wedding photography: yes
Local picturesque areas suitable for wedding photography: yes

Venue special features: a walled garden with 22 acres of our own gardens
Venue History: a purpose built self contained function suite built in the grounds of a Victorian gothic mansion

Wedding Trivia:
This term has many origins from different cultures. In Anglo-Saxon times, the groom had the help of "bridesmen" or "brideknights" to help him capture and/or escort his bride. Later they would make sure that the bride got to the church and to the groom's home afterwards. The women who accompanied and assisted the bride were called "bridesmaids" or "brideswomen".

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