The bride and groom steal a kiss in front of the Round House © Hepburn Photography

The bride and groom steal a kiss in front of the Round House

A unique venue for a special day

This Georgian banqueting house high up on the Kymin hill and set in landscaped pleasure grounds and woodlands, is perfect for the smaller wedding.

You can say your vows in the room where Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton once breakfasted together and enjoy breathtaking views during an intimate ceremony with your nearest and dearest.

The Round House

Drink in the stunning scenery at the Round House

All our wedding ceremonies are held in the Round House - a small, Grade I listed Georgian banqueting house built in 1794 by local gentry for use as a private dining club.

Gently sloping lawns, woodland and stunning views across South Wales complete this picturesque setting.

Top photo shots

  • The view from the Kymin looks out over Monmouth © Hepburn Photography

    In front of the railings

    Take a moment together, with spectacular views stretching as far as the Brecon Beacons.

  • The pleasure grounds provide plenty of opportunities for your photographs © Hepburn Photography

    The croquet lawn

    Our croquet lawn captures the picturesque era and is a great spot for group photographs.

  • The bride and groom steal a kiss in front of the Round House © Hepburn Photography

    In front of the Round House

    Capture the beauty of the Georgian building where you exchanged your vows.

Contact us

There are many opportunities for lovely shots of the details of the big day

If you'd like more information about the Kymin and its grounds, would like to arrange a viewing of the Round House or would like to book your wedding, please contact us. You can email our Kymin custodian Sara Szwer, phone on 01600 719241 or write to:

The Kymin
NP25 3SF