The contrast between the lavishly decorated interiors and the shell of a former austere priory gives Anglesey Abbey a truly unique atmosphere.
The old monastic buildings were converted to domestic use at the beginning of the 17th century and the monks’ original common room, with its marvellous vaulted ceiling, is a surviving feature of the old priory.
With the recent completion of the Redwood Restaurant and the Robinson Room, the Abbey offers a fine blend of modern and historic, making it a great venue for wedding receptions.
Formal and informal areas blend perfectly in this 20th-century landscaped garden. With immaculate lawns and sweeping avenues there’s something in the garden for every season whatever time of year you have your wedding.
Like a secret hideaway, walk through the trees onto the beautiful lawn East Lawn. This marquee site is situated next to the stunning Winter Gardens and is lined with trees to keep your Reception private.