Boncath wedding venue ‘wows’ with eco-friendly decking
LUXURY Pembrokeshire-based wedding venue, Plas Pantyderi Manor has invested in its picturesque outdoor space with the installation of composite decking from Composite Prime, the UK’s leading sustainable decking brand.
Inherited by three local sisters, Anna Raymond, Lisa Jones and Efa Jones, whose family have lived at the Boncath-based property for three generations, the Grade II listed Georgian mansion is set in its own grounds in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
A spectacular manor house, Plas Pantyderi Manor offers a party-palatial venue for corporate events and self-catering group holidays.
Anna Raymond, co-owner of Plas Pantyderi Manor said: “We chose to work with Composite Prime as its range of environmentally friendly products are second to none and the finish of the product is superior to any other composite decking brand. We were able to provide and fit a product at Plas Pantyderi Manor that would last an incredibly long time and offer an attractive addition to our exterior.
“We are a luxury venue and so aesthetics were key for us; composite looks sleeker and more upscale than timber, delivering that ‘wow’ moment that will ensure guests keep returning.
“In the age of Instagram and social media, the appearance of our venue is of utmost importance to us and creating an outdoor space where visitors are able to take beautiful pictures to remember their time with us is key.”
Composite Prime manufactures ethical decking and cladding solutions for commercial and residential settings. By combining FSC 100% certified end of life hardwood timber and recycled HDPE plastics, Composite Prime’s products retain the natural look and feel of timber with the added strength and durability of plastic. For each square meter of decking produced, the equivalent of 3,000 plastic bottle caps are recycled.
Plas Pantyderi Manor was chosen as a film location and luxury accommodation for ITV’s reality TV programme; ‘Don’t Rock the Boat’, hosted by Freddie Flintoff and The Voice’s AJ Odudu.
Charles Taylor, director at Composite Prime, said: “We’re delighted that such a stunning venue has chosen Composite Prime decking to enhance its outdoor space. Composite decking is a safe and sustainable alternative for outdoor hospitality spaces that is simple to install and more hardwearing than timber. It also includes non-slip qualities, making it the perfect solution for hospitality venues.
“One problem that timber decking presents for public spaces is that it is constantly requiring maintenance and upkeep. Chair scraps, spilt drinks and even smashed glass can cause costly damage. It can be a challenge for venues to regularly fix marks, stains and chips in timber decking and that’s why so many are making the move to composite, which is less likely to warp, split or rot.”
Composite Prime manufactures a range of nine products, including cladding, decking and flooring, which are tested against the latest requirements to measure strength, impact resistance, weathering, extreme temperature cycles, UV resistance and water absorption.
For more information about sustainable composite decking products for hospitality venues, please visit www.composite-prime.com
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