Caer Llan is an exclusive wedding and events venue. Situated on a secluded Welsh hillside, commanding an exquisite view of the Wye Valley in Monmouthshire, This family owned country house benefits some splendid terraced gardens , private woodland and an outdoor swimming pool. Originally built around 1800, past owners include a chairman of the Great Western Railway Company, a doctor who introduced anaesthetics to Wales, and a Royal Navy Captain. In the late sixties, it was purchased by the Carpenter family, who began converting it into a field studies centre, thanks to the small woodland hosting rare trees species it became a site of special scientific interests. Since then the property has been extended and renovated to provide an idyllic setting for private events and can provide overnight accommodation for up to fifty guests.
Here are a few photographs from Alexandra and Simon's South Wales wedding at Caer Llan in Monmouthshire. The day took place on Saturday 21st July 2018 where Wales was experiencing some lovely hot and sunny weather. Caer Llan is a family run wedding venue where the...read more
As a South Wales wedding photographer, this is my fourth time I have photographed a wedding at Caer Llan, Monmouthshire. Today was for the marriage of Charlotte and Evan on Saturday 14th April 2018. My photographic started with the bridal preparations and as the groom...read more
This wedding will go down in history as one of the hottest I have ever photographed, as the temperature soared in Monmouthshire for this Summer wedding at Caer Llan. Lalle and Vince got married on Saturday 17th June 2017, here is some of the photography I provided for...read more
One of the affects of a winter wedding is that the often inclement weather drives people to remain huddled together throughout the drinks reception. This quickly creates a friendly party atmosphere, and so it was at Hannah and James' wedding at Caer Llan. They hosted...read more
Gemma and Karl held their wedding day on Saturday 7th September 2013 at Caer Llan, near the town of Monmouth and commanding a splendid view of the Wye Valley. The whole wedding party stayed the night before so to avoid the bride and groom seeing each other the morning...read more