Llansantffraed Court Wedding Photography

Monmouthshire wedding photographer at Llansantffraed Court

 

The estate on which Llansantffraed Court sits dates back to the 12th century. It is a small parish of 290 acres, sitting in between the towns of Raglan and Abergavenny in the county of Monmouthshire, South Wales. The estate includes farmland, a 14th century church of St Bride’s and the Grade II listed manor house. Llansantffraed Court was built in the style of William and Mary and stands within 20 acres of private park land, complete with ornamental lake and fountain. Its long sweeping driveway runs through glorious rural views before arriving at the elegant grandeur of the court. Designed in 1912 by Fairfax Blomfield WadePalmer, an English architect responsible for several historically listed buildings. The project was commissioned by the Herbert family, who were major landowners in the area. For much of its live, the house has been run as a hotel. However recently is has been totally refurbished to open as an exclusive use wedding venue.

 

 

“I wanted to let you know that we were absolutely thrilled with our photographs and you captured our day perfectly.

We have had so much pleasure looking back at the photographs that you created for us and we loved your unobtrusive style and how relaxed you made everyone. So many of our guests also commented on what wonderful photos you took and we have already recommended you to others.”

 

Clare & Tom / Llansantffraed Court wedding