Weddings at De Courceys Manor
De Courceys Manor is a family-run business exclusive wedding venue near Cardiff in South Wales. The history of the manor started in 1890 when, in an attempt to placate his homesick wife, Frederick De Courcey Hamilton, a local successful lawyer, built a magnificent wooden hunting lodge, shipping the materials from her homeland in Sweden. This unusual building became a local landmark but was unfortunately destroyed by a fire in the 1980s. A new structure was commissioned, this time in brick, but managed to maintain the warmth of the historic family home. During the next two decades it served as a restaurant, building a reputation for fine dining. In 2010 the present owners took control and through renovations, it has established itself as an exclusive wedding and events venue.
Craig and Kate's South Wales Wedding was held at DeCourcey's Manor on 25th November 2018. I met up with Kate in the morning whilst she and her party were getting ready for the big day. It was quite a full house, with bridesmaids, page boys and father waiting patiently...read more
I have not photographed a wedding at De Courceys Manor near Cardiff in South Wales for four years. Howver this week I was commissioned to photograph two within three days. The first of which was the wedding of Rhiannon and Martin on the 29th June 2017, whose...read more
Here are a few of my favourite photographs from the wedding of Diane and Nick, which took place on Saturday 27th April 2013. The marriage ceremony and wedding reception took place at De Courceys Manor near Cardiff in South Wales. After the speeches the casino tables...read more