Reviewed March 2017 - 5 stars
My wife and I would like to say a big thank you to Carly the wedding planner for everything she done on our wedding day she was amazing and made our day perfect, and also the staff were fantastic so friendly and helpful they made our wedding so special. The castle is absolutely beautiful and the wedding breakfast was stunning, can't wait to visit again. Thanks again Demi & Trudi
Stayed March 2017, travelled with family
Reviewed - 5 stars
Lovely venue for a wedding, well organised, rooms were clean tidy and comfortable. Staff were friendly, efficient and knowledgable The breakfast the next morning was very nice, and the views are breathtakin
Reviewed 10 February 2017
We were lucky enough to hold our recent (December 29th 2016) at this magnificent venue. Carly, our wedding coordinator was fantastic inn ensuring that our requirements were met and that all guests including ourselves had a great day. She was always available to discuss our needs with and delivered an exceptional experience for us all. The Castle itself is steeped with so much history and our guests particularly enjoyed the tour of the castle on the morning of the wedding.
Stayed December 2016, travelled with family.
“Very interesting venue...”
Reviewed 2 January 2017 - 4 out of 5 stars
Craig-y-Nos Castle is a grade 1 listed example of 1840's neo gothic architecture which is undergoing [In parts] constant renovation/repair, but don't let that put you off. This place is dripping with sometimes spooky but always interesting history and in a Beautiful location Craig-y-Nos has a great story to tell, and no one should miss the history tour given by a lady who is obviously passionate about her subject. Our en suite room was quite small but comfortable enough for a few days, although if we visit again (And I hope we do) I would book a larger room. The lounge and bar with large wood burners and plush leather sofas & chairs are the perfect place to relax with a bottle of wine or a large malt. On the food front... the menu was quite small which was a good sign, the food was very good. Breakfast for us was full English [Although given the location the term 'full English' may raise a Welsh eyebrow] and dinner was always good. My last word is for the staff who although were few in numbers were attentive and helpful particularly the manageress. Craig-y-Nos Castle may not have the frills of the Hilton Park Lane, but it has so much more to offer, yes it's a little tired in places but for me and my wife the history of the place more than compensated for that. There is absolutely no question I would recommend Craig-y-Nos castle to anyone considering a wedding venue or a short break away from it all in a beautiful location.
Stayed January 2017, travelled with family