A Hidden Treasure for your Perfect Day
Established in 1969, Caer Llan is a family run country house venue set amongst fabulous open countryside overlooking the Vale of Usk. Perched high up in the hills, the house boasts a fairy tale setting with far-reaching panoramic views across the valley to the distant Welsh mountains.
Whilst the location, grounds and spectacular views provide a perfect backdrop, the lovely old country house is equipped to ideal with the modern demands of up to 120 guests eager to celebrate with you. Licensed for civil ceremonies, the house is let on an exclusive use basis, so you can celebrate with family and friends without the distraction of other random guests. For overnight events, the venue hire includes the use of all 15 en-suite guest bedrooms for up to 50 of your guests.
Along with a small and dedicated team, the owners, Vicky and Jake Carpenter will be on hand from your initial enquiry right the way through the day itself to assist with the planning and smooth running of your big day. We take great pride in the warmth of our hospitality and all round attention to detail. We enjoy taking the time to make sure your individual requirements are met such that your day is truly unique and personal.
Our experienced chef and catering team provide plentiful and wholesome wedding feasts all freshly prepared on site in our country house kitchen (5* food safety award) with options including fine dining, buffets, hog roasts and BBQs. Meanwhile, our well stocked licensed bar features pub prices and no queuing for drinks.
Caer Llan provides a relaxed and informal, yet truly magical enviroment to celebrate and share your special day with your family and friends. You can read about other guest experiences by searching for Caer Llan on both Trip advisor and Facebook.
For more information and prices for venue hire and wedding packages at Caer Llan, please visit our own website and download our wedding brochure. Please also contact us for details of any current late availability offers which may be available at any time.
From the Midlands
Take M5, M50 and then A40 to Monmouth. Stay on dual carriageway over the roundabout and continue over the traffic lights. Turn off the A40 immediately before the tunnels. It is signposted Trelleck B4293. At the end of the slip road, turn left again signed Trelleck B4293 and then follow the directions from Monmouth (below).
Exit the M4(East) at the Coldra roundabout (Junction 24) and follow the A449 to Monmouth (becomes the A40). Turn off the dual carriageway immediately after the tunnels. At the end of the slip road there is a garage and a mini-roundabout. Take the first exit signposted Trelleck B4293, continue on this road over the top of the tunnels and then follow the directions from Monmouth (below).
Continue on the B4293 signed for Trelleck. 500 yards later, there is a fork in the road with a distinctive white house facing you right on the junction, turn left here following the B4293 towards Trelleck. Follow this road uphill around a series of sharp bends and continue until the road passes under dense trees. Stay on this road until you see a 'crossroads' sign (about 4 miles from Monmouth but 2 miles before Trelleck). At the 'crossroads', turn right signed for Craig-y-Dorth. Go downhill for about half a mile and take the first left into Caer Llan. Continue to the end of the drive.
From London or the South West
Exit the M4(West) at Junction 21 signed M48 Chepstow. Having travelled over the old Severn Bridge take the next exit for Chepstow. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit signed Chepstow. Continue until the next roundabout and take the second exit signed Monmouth. At next roundabout (Chepstow Racecourse), take the first exit signed Itton B4293 (do not take the A466 to Monmouth). Continue for about 13 miles on the B4293 to Trelleck, passing through the villages of Devauden, and Llanishen. Pass through Trelleck and about 2 miles later, look for a crossroads sign. At the crossroads turn left, signed for Craig-y-Dorth. Go downhill for about half a mile and take the first left into Caer Llan. Continue to the end of the drive.