Manorbier Castle was originally built on land granted to Odo de Barri, a Norman knight, at the end of the 11th century. In 1146 Gerald of Wales, the scholar known as Geraldus Cambrensis was born at the castle, who wrote of his birthplace, “In all the broad lands of Wales, Manorbier is the most pleasant place by far.”
I am often asked by recently engaged couples, "What if it rains on our wedding day?" My answer is generally something about staying dry and comfortable and enjoy the atmosphere created by everyone huddling around the bar. Keeping an eye on the weather and utilising...read more
Manorbier Castle provided the perfect setting for Laura and Mark's wedding on 14th May 2016 in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. The marriage ceremony took place at St James' Church, from where you could see the castle across the village hill. After the ceremony, the guests...read more
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