A venue fit for royalty

Yesterday, we received the news we've all been waiting for; the next Royal wedding is imminent. Prince Harry has finally popped the question to Meghan Markle. Since announcing the biggest engagement of the year, social media has gone into a frenzy, sharing thoughts and predictions of how the big day will unfold. Although the couple has already stated that the ceremony will take place in St George's Chapel, the reception venue is yet to be announced. We're sure Harry and Meghan are very busy, so we think that they could alleviate some of the wedding planning stress by having the reception here at Fairyhill. 

Fairyhill is known for being the ultimate fairytale wedding venue in South Wales, so it's the perfect setting for a royal wedding. Here are just a few reasons why this could be the venue of their dreams.

Perfect timing

We think it's fate that Harry and Meghan have announced their engagement just before our next wedding showcase. If the happy couple can clear their hectic schedules for a few hours, they can pop down to our venue on Sunday to see for themselves why this is the fairytale venue they've been dreaming of. Fairyhill is where traditional grandeur meets modern luxury, so we're sure that our venue will tick all the boxes for this royal couple. Our wedding specialists will be more than happy to show them around and share their expertise over a glass of fizz. Of course, we imagine the royal diaries are quite full, so we've taken it upon ourselves to pop some brochures in the post just in case they can't make it!

Best in Wales

As Harry's official title is Prince Henry of Wales, it's only fitting that he tie the knot in Wales. And as our Grade II listed house is situated at the heart of Gower, the UK’s first designated area of outstanding natural beauty, we're sure Harry would relish in showing his American bride the best of Wales' countryside after the ceremony. 

Privacy and exclusivity 

Set within 24-acres of listed grounds, Meghan and Harry will be able to avoid the prying eyes of the British press and enjoy the day in total privacy. Plus, a wedding at our Georgian house is offered on an exclusive basis, allowing their many royal guests to relax in privacy without compromising on the luxury that they're accustomed to. 

Save the date

With the wedding scheduled for spring 2018, Harry and Meghan couldn't have timed it better for the launch of our state-of-the-art glass extension. The orangery will officially open on St David's Day 2018, so we still have key spring dates available for the country's favourite couple. Meghan is something of a style icon, so we're sure she already knows that glass extensions are very en vogue when it comes to luxury wedding venues. In fact, Pippa Middleton's wedding reception was held in a purpose-built glass marquee earlier this year, so we're sure the thought has already crossed Meghan's mind.

A whirlwind wedding package

Whilst we doubt Harry and Meghan are working to a tight budget, it's always good to save some extra cash where possible! If the couple were to book with us, they could take advantage of some of the great savings we offer at short notice. 

So, Harry, if you're reading this, you know what to do. Head over to our showcase page and come along to our next showcase. We'll roll out the red carpet and get the champagne on ice!

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