Cardiff


Temple of Peace
A Marble Hall, Art Deco lighting and 34 feet picture windows

Park House Club
A magnificent city centre mansion house that overlooks the gardens of the Welsh National Museum

The Vale Hotel Golf and Spa Resort
Upon entering our gates, you and your guests will become aware that you have arrived somewhere quite special - and quite unique.

The St Davids Hotel & Spa
A striking landmark on the waterfront of Cardiff Bay, this hotel has a glass-backed atrium from floor to ceiling.

Bear Hotel Cowbridge
Famed for it's fine home cooked food, friendly atmosphere and good ale.



Transport

Kennedy Classics
We consider it a great honour to be chosen from the many companies available to act as your wedding car provider




Other suppliers who cover this area

Musicians

All Music Matters Inc

Information about the area

Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, has become one of the UK's most popular gay cities and is a perfect setting to find a wedding venue.

The city has had a resurgence recently with new restaurants and hotels opening in the city centre and Cardiff Bay. Many offering themselves as gay friendly venues to celebrate your civil partnership ceremony.

The gay scene in Cardiff is located in Charles Street in the heart of the city centre and Bute Terrace, close to the train station.

If you want to make a weekend of it, there are plenty of local attractions for your guests. Cardiff Castle and the National Museum and Gallery of Wales offer you traditional venues, with the Millennium Stadium and the new Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay offering the more modern attractions. You and your guests could also relax after the wedding celebrations at Cathays Park which has beautiful gardens.


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