From the First Hello
First impressions last and we aim to leave a lasting one. From the first hello to the final goodbye – you and your guests will be treated like royalty.
Whether we are greeting you as newlyweds or welcoming you to host the ceremony, you can expect for the tone to be set from the moment you arrive.
Tying the Knot
Boasting high oak beamed ceilings and enviable views across the lakes, The Oakroom is the rustic heart of Oldwalls, with decades of magical moments and tales of love encased in its walls.
Our outdoor ceremony option, set over the Lilypad lake comes straight from the pages of a fairy-tale, with the unique option of later holding your first dance on the spot you tied the knot.
The Drinks Reception
Roam the garden or sink into the comfy seating in the bar. We create the drinks whilst you create the memories, did somebody say a ‘Knot G&T’? We even have our own house gin pour, created especially by our Welsh distilling partners.
Complement your reception drinks with handmade canapés or a bespoke grazing board. Bask in the congratulations of your nearest and dearest. Savour the moment.
The Food on Your Fork, Matters
Our in-house chef brigade are committed to creating exquisite dishes using the finest locally sourced ingredients with inspiration taken from our abundant Gower Garden.
Every dish is lovingly prepared from scratch and you will be invited to experience every single one during an exclusive tasting evening.
A hidden dancefloor and lighting system are revealed to welcome evening guests, alongside our hand-picked DJ to kick off the party in style.
The Morning After
The celebrations continue the next morning with a traditional Welsh breakfast. Your guests will be invited to join us so they can welcome the newlyweds. If you’re not ready for the magic to end after breakfast, our staff can advise you on the wonderful attractions and activities that the Gower has to offer.
You may wish to extend your special day by hosting a lunch or dinner with your friends at one of our Rustic Retreats cottages.