Cefn Tilla Court is a Grade II* listed country house situated in Llandenny, just outside the market town of Usk. It is set in beautiful parklands in the Monmouthshire countryside and is the former seat of Lord Raglan. Complete privacy is guaranteed as the property is not visible until you enter the tree-lined driveway. It’s twenty minutes from the Severn Bridge, thirty minutes from Cardiff, with excellent road and rail links. Ample onsite parking and a helipad.
When you have your wedding at Cefn Tilla Court you will feel the weight of hundreds of years of history lending their sense of import to your special occasion. Cefn Tilla Court is one of the most sought after wedding venues in South Wales and is only available for a select number of weddings each season.
The Great Hall at Cefn Tilla Court is situated at the front of the house. The windows overlooking the front lawns and the ornamental lily pond let in plenty of natural light. The wood panelling and carved historic family crest exude the sense of history and charm that only a grand country house can lend to your wedding day.
There is no need to compromise when you book your wedding at Cefn Tilla Court. You can have the intimate experience of having just your family and closest friends at the ceremony and then throw the sort of party befitting an occasion as auspicious as your wedding in a well-appointed luxury wedding marquee. Obtain whatever look and feel your heart desires, a wedding marquee is your blank canvas to craft the wedding of your dreams.
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, so you shouldn’t compromise on anything. And that includes your accommodation. Their Boudoir Suite is simply stunning. The gorgeous interior provides the perfect setting for the bride to stay on the evening before the wedding and the suite can also be used by the couple on the evening of the wedding.
Accommodation is also available in their beautifully renovated outbuildings for up to 22 of your guests. Additionally, they have preferential rates at two local hotels.
For those who wish to pamper themselves why not indulge in a well-deserved spa treatment delivered by one of their team of therapists. Or if you prefer, why not try your hand at their clay shooting ground. They can also organise a spot of fly fishing or horse-riding.
There is a wheelchair accessible ceremonial room and marquee. Their ‘Stables’ accommodation is also wheelchair accessible with a level floor wet room.