Join us at Globe at Hay's Wedding Fayre
A dream wedding venue in the heart of Hay-on-Wye
The Globe at Hay is a truly unforgettable place to hold your wedding. Hay-on-Wye is a bohemian gem, famous worldwide for its festivals, its books, its creativity and, of course, its beauty. The town, on the border of England and Wales, is steeped in history and photogenic throughout the year. Weddings at The Globe are magical and tailored to your style, with a beautiful backdrop of eclectic art and boutique furniture. If you’re planning your wedding and you love a boutique, personal and creative space, we’d be delighted to host you, and together create your ideal day.
The Globe at Hay is a fully-licensed wedding venue. This historical space – a former chapel, dating back to 1752 – is home to our own How The Light Gets In festival, as well as hosting art exhibitions, live music, our restaurant and being a thriving community space. It’s a truly creative and inspiring venue.
The globe at hay is a fully licensed wedding venue, licensed to perform legal civil ceremonies at our venue. You can hold your entire day here with us, from your ceremony to reception, right through to evening party.
The globe at hay is a converted Methodist chapel and the ceremony hall is the main space within the globe. With impressive double height ceiling and original pulpit; it has every capacity to adapt to any personal aesthetic for your special ceremony and wedding day. The ceremony is the most important part, and we here at the globe at hay can offer a truly unique space, that is both modern and quirky in appearance with deeply rooted vintage charm.
We can seat up to 60 people, using our original, traditional pews utilised for services when the globe was still an operating chapel. There is also a viewing balcony above, capable of seating up to 20 people, for those who wish to see your wedding ceremony from a birds eye view.
We have full range of technical equipment, including an impressive 10ft x 25ft projection space, which you can hire to project during your wedding ceremony. We have a full in-house PA and speakers, so that your entrance and exit music can sound as impressive as possible.
We have different package wedding packages available. Ceremony hire covers exclusive use of the impressive globe chapel, where you can adapt and design the space to fit your individual needs.
Ceremony fees start at £500, which include exclusive use of the chapel space, seating hire and usage of all technical equipment.
The globe is a unique and magical space in the heart of Hay-on-Wye, the famed book town on the edge of the Black Mountains. Situated within a beautiful converted Methodist chapel, the globe is the perfect wedding venue in hay-on-wye for a truly unique celebration: from vintage style garden parties or monster ceilidh shindigs, to intimate drinks receptions or a sit-down meal, the globe can act as a blank canvas for your wedding reception or party.
The chapel is split into 3 versatile spaces: the impressive double height Main Hall, perfect for formal or informal dining, dancing and wedding receptions; the Upper Gallery, which overlooks the Main Hall, providing a quieter area for guests to relax; and the flag-stoned Lower Gallery, which offers the ideal wedding party space for DJs and guests wanting to dance into the night!
The globe is surrounded by large gardens, ideal for arrival drinks, marquees, barbecues or even games for the guests. We can cover all of your tech and AV needs, including several large wall projectors and blackboards for really personalising the space. The globe even has its own self-catering cottage just through the garden, which can sleep up to 6 and is ideal for wedding parties.
Our excellent chefs can offer a range of delicious menus to suit your requirements; featuring canapés, exquisite buffets, and evening selections. We cater for up to 85 for a seated wedding breakfast and up to 120 with informal, casual seating, with a personally served buffet by our wonderful chef team. The full venue has a standing reception capacity of 300 people.