Tretower Court in the Brecon Beacons National Park is a restored medieval courtyard house built by Sir Roger Vaughan in the fifteenth century, and provides an exceptionally romantic setting for your civil wedding or partnership ceremony.
Magnificent timberwork survives in the northern and western ranges, with later Classical-style windows dating to the 1630s. There is also a recreated fifteenth-century garden that provides a beautiful tranquil setting for photographic memories of your special day.
The courtyard house overlooks the castle, which was established as an earth and timber fortification during the Norman conquest of the area and later rebuilt in stone.
There are three areas within the court that are available for your ceremony. Each can accommodate up to 50 people. The great hall is located at ground level and accessed via the cobbled courtyard. The two other rooms are located on the first-floor level.
Times may vary depending on seasonal opening hours. Please note that Tretower Court and Castle is closed Saturday - Tuesday, November to March.
We can accept bookings for the hire of Tretower Court 13 months in advance of the date. For example, bookings for any date in June 2016 can be taken from the first working day in May 2015.
Please note that once the booking has been confirmed you will need to sign our Location Agreement, and provide us with a copy of your Public Liability Insurance one month prior to the function.
• Consultation by appointment with custodian
• Free recce of the areas licenced for civil ceremonies for the bridal party
• Bench seating set up theatre style with central aisle by custodial staff
• Wedding photography in pre – arranged areas
The charges for 2015 and 2016 are as follows:
• Monday to Friday £450
• Saturday and Sunday £550
If you would like to discuss use of the monument, check availability or book, please contact the custodian directly on 01874 730279.