Gregynog Hall offers truly stunning 12th century hotel accommodation in the small village of Tregynon, near Newtown in the Welsh county of Powys. Our Grade I listed building offers an array of beautifully appointed rooms to choose from in a relaxing and historic environment.
Gregynog Hall has accommodation for up to 106 people sharing, with 57 bedrooms in the Hall. The 36 bedrooms of the Hall reflect the character and personality of the property with rooms of varying sizes and styles from grand historic rooms to single study bedrooms. All rooms enjoy stunning views of the grounds and share the original 1920s bathroom facilities. Each room has tea and coffee making facilities with washbasins, towels and toiletries. To maintain the peace and tranquillity, only some of our rooms have televisions.
We like our guests to relax and the Hall has two lounge areas from which our guests can enjoy the captivating surroundings. Outside on the lawn, croquet and bowls on a summer evening can add to the experience of a visit to Gregynog. A browse in the library is also an interesting experience with its eclectic selection of books. Talks on the history of Gregynog and guided tours can be organised by prior arrangement.
Gregynog is a historic house with Grade I listed gardens set in the heart of rural Montgomeryshire. One of Wales’ premier country estates and the former home of art collectors and public benefactors Gwendoline and Margaret Davies, it offers a welcoming setting in which people of all ages and abilities may discover, experience, participate in and be inspired by the arts and natural environment.
It is one of Wales’s most unexpected hidden treasures, whose name has echoed down the years since the first elusive references to it by the 12th century poets of the Welsh princes.
The grounds of the Hall offer 750 acres of beautiful grounds to explore, a mixture of formal and woodland walks. To assist our visitors in fully appreciating the beauty and diversity of the estate, we have created a variety of colour coded woodland walks. The walks are of varying length and difficulty, weaving their way through the estate to offer tantalising views of both the Hall and the stunning Montgomeryshire countryside.
The new Lily Lake Walk, Warren Walk, Great Wood Walk and Valley Walk have been created to offer something of interest to everyone. Attractions on the walks include the secluded Mellor’s cottage, the Davies sisters’ painting shed and Quackers Hall, perched in the middle of the lily lake and a birdwatching hide located deep in the Garden House Wood. Simultaneously striking and amusing is the stone statue of a giant hand protruding from the earth, a particular favourite of passers by taking a woodland stroll. Against this backdrop, the meandering Bechan Brook flows through the estate attracting birds, including kingfishers. Our hotel also offers a range of country sports for guests including fishing and game shooting.
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Rates: From £73.50 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
Disabled facilities are available – please enquire for details.
Pets are welcome.
Off street parking.
3 Star Visit Wales.