Llanrumney Hall has several historic and beautifully decorated rooms available for hire for a range of community purposes, be it meetings, office space, educational seminars and more. Feel free to come in and visit us if you'd like to see the rooms in person.
You can now have your special day at the beautiful Grade II* Listed building of Llanrumney Hall. All receptions will be catered for by our onsite catering facility and prices and menus will be tailored for each package. Please contact us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org for competitive and affordable quotes.
Famous for its rich historical figures and known to be a hotspot for paranormal activity, Llanrumney Hall is available for you to investigate with your team. We regularly host paranormal investigations at The Hall with many spooky stories and accounts having been told... including photos and videos!
We're not going to give any spoilers away here though so don't worry! Get booked on now with good rates and contact us for more details.
THE KEMEY'S ROOM
The Kemey's Room is the largest of our rooms and was named in honour of the Kemey's family who once occupied The Hall. This room is ideal for large functions and has even hosted a number of weddings since we have been open. The Kemey's Room looks incredible when decorated with flowers and dining tables and has been the home to many happy couples happy day.
Our wedding bookings are flexible depending on your requirements. If you need more than one room, or wish to hire the entire house then this can be arranged on contact. You wont find a more beautiful, unique and affordable place to host your wedding in Cardiff!
THE MORGAN ROOM
The Morgan Room is our second largest room at Llanrumney Hall and was named after Captain Henry Morgan (of Captain Morgan's Rum) who was famously born here.
This room is elegantly decorated and has been restored beautifully. It is ideal for small meetings as well as training activities and educational seminars and is regularly hired by local schools, businesses and community groups.
THE LLYWELYN ROOM
The Llywelyn Room was designed to commemorate Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, the last prince of Independent Wales. Rumour has it that his headless corpse was found here, in Llanrumney Hall.
This room is ideal for a range of different activities, such as training, commercial meetings, baby showers and more and instead of having the usual boring decorative office scheme, you've got historical snapshots of Privateer Henry Morgan portrayed on the walls, as well as a huge throne and a suit of armor... something slightly different to keep meeting and training attendees enaged,