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Are Getting Married

01st JULY, 2023

The Wedding



July 1st 2023, 1.30pm


Barn Cottage, Upper Llanover, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 9ER

Please RSVP via the survey link we have shared with you



A mere 7 years of dating and 5 years after the ring was measured, we finally got engaged infront of a beautiful Icelandic glacier. Good things come to those who wait!

What to Expect



Afternoon guests arrive from 1.00pm

Evening guests arrive from 6.30pm

More details to come!

What to Wear

There is no strict dress code, wear whatever you feel most fabulous in.

Be prepared for soft grass and gravel, the Marquee will be carpeted.

How To Get here

The Location


NP7 9ER ​- The postcode will take you to the Goose and Cuckoo Pub. The second property on the right after the pub (150m) is our home and the wedding venue. 

What3words ///partied.licks.buffoon for exact location.


Driving: If you are driving, please be aware that the house is a 10-minute drive along a windy single track road. There are passing points, but you may need to reverse if there are vehicles coming the other way.

Taxis: The following taxi companies operate from Abergavenny (others are available too!) and will be able to drop off & pick up from the venue for approx £15-20 per journey. Booking in advance is essential. 

  • Julian's Taxis Abergavenny 07970182283
    (Cash only, cars and mini bus)

  • Fast Cars Abergavenny 01873 850000
    (Cash or card, cars and mini bus)


Public transport: There is no public transport to Upper Llanover. Abergavenny, which is 10 miles away, is the nearest town & has a train station.


There will be lots of people driving or arranging taxis to/from the venue. Please let us know if you’d like to taxi/car-share and we will put you in touch with others travelling at the same time.



Please park in the field to the entrance of Dan-Y-Graig farm and walk up to the venue (450 metres) if you are able.

Guests can also be dropped off at the entrance to the venue prior to parking, there is a turning circle 150 metres further up the hill.

Note: We are borrowing the field from a local farmer - no sleeping in cars please.