Bodlondeb Wedding Venue

Type:Wedding Ceremony Venue

Bodlondeb, Bangor Road, Conwy, Conwy, LL32 8DU

Tel: 01492 576624

Bodlondeb Wedding Venue

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Bodlondeb, a Grade II listed building nestled between the glorious mountains and golden sands of Conwy, with spectacular views over the estuary towards Llandudno and Deganwy. Located just outside the walled town of Conwy, a World Heritage Site with an imposing 13th Century castle, quaint harbour and a variety of restaurants and hotels close by, it’s the ideal location to hold your special event.

We have a rich history, and you can be part of it if you choose to spend your special day with us. Whether that be a wedding, civil or naming ceremony, anniversary or renewal of vows.

The original house built in 1877 for Albert Wood, a member of a well to do manufacturing family, was popular with the rich and famous. Visitors included the composer Sir Edward Elgar and Prime Minister David Lloyd George, though the owner was forced to turn away Queen Victoria as the house was too small to accommodate her entourage.

Nowadays, ceremonies take place in the spacious entrance hall with its many fine features including beautiful stained glass doors, stone fireplace, impressive carved wooden staircase and gallery with the beautiful lantern windows above. What a way to make an entrance!

Outside, the magnificent gardens and surrounding parkland create a stunning background for photographs to capture the big occasion.


Leisure Facilities

  • Gardens/Outdoor Areas

Provider Facilities

  • Parking Onsite (chargable)
  • Parking Onsite (free)
  • WiFi Connection

Travel & Trade

  • Wi-fi available


Map & Directions

Opening Times

Open weekends only (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
Monday - FridayClosed
Saturday - SundayOpen

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