Do you know of somewhere funky to have a civil partnership in South Wales (Cardiff)?
December 23, 2009 5:26 AM   Subscribe

Does anyone know of any cool places to have a civil partnership in or around Cardiff, UK (or South Wales in general) as my current option may not be a possibility?

I had intended to have a relatively small ceremony at the St David's hotel (for roughly 40 people) but it turns out that the hotel may be changing their two smaller function rooms into bedrooms.

These rooms were idea as they overlooked both Cardiff bay (a place dear to the hearts of most people who will be invited) and fulfilled my desire to be married somewhere prestigious.

Our planned date is late May 2011; from what I understand this means that we need to book somewhere soon.

We would like somewhere funky or different somehow. Not somewhere just in the city (there is a nice Hilton in Cardiff but it is in the city centre and just not for us).
posted by Nufkin to Human Relations (6 answers total)

Norwegian, damn it. A Nowegian is someone who renounces their Glasgow heritage.
posted by Beautiful Screaming Lady at 5:51 AM on December 23, 2009 [1 favorite]

A little further afield: Castell Coch or Caerphilly Castle.
posted by misteraitch at 6:56 AM on December 23, 2009

Now I look again, Castell Coch is probably too small and Caerphilly Castle too big. Maybe Cardiff Castle could be an option.
posted by misteraitch at 7:00 AM on December 23, 2009

Not sure if it fits the bill for you, but Cyfarthfa Castle in Merthyr?
posted by Petrot at 7:56 AM on December 23, 2009

Or still along the A470, Llechwen Hall Hotel, near Ponty
posted by Petrot at 9:01 AM on December 23, 2009

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