Cardiff dining & social experiences
The Principality Stadium
The Principality Stadium, ‘home of Welsh rugby’ is a venue of sporting excellence, an ideal location to hold a sit-down gala dinner or party. The prestigious Presidents Lounge can seat 300 for dinner or the St David’s Lounge can seat 150 dinner guests.
The 200-capacity Clubhouse, located on the middle tier of Principality Stadium, is devoted to providing exceptional rugby entertainment for clients with a passion for the sport.
The Clubhouse offers a host of benefits, including stories by International Rugby Legends, traditional style Q&A sessions, guest quizzes and a relaxed style bar service and dining.
Mansion House is a resplendent Grade II-Listed residence with formal gardens and Victorian grandeur. Originally home to James Howell, founder of the famous department store in Cardiff city centre, Mansion House offers unrivalled opulence and sanctuary for entertaining and dinners that require a little something extra. There’s a variety of function rooms of different sizes, available for special events, banquets and formal dinners of up to 80 guests, with all catering provided on site by renowned chefs.
Hensol Castle, a Grade I-Listed, 17th century former stately home, just 15 minutes drive from Cardiff city centre, has been sympathetically restored to its former glory.
The newly-built Courtyard Hall is the castle’s most prized room. Designed to be energy efficient with heat-retaining glass and a natural wildflower roof, Courtyard Hall is set in the heart of the castle and can host a dinner party for between 10 and 200 seated guests.
The exterior wall of the Courtyard Hall is floor-to-ceiling glass, which opens up onto the landscaped inner courtyard – a perfect setting for a drinks reception before dinner.