Gregynog Hall has been famous for its hospitality for at least four hundred years, hosting conferences since the 1920’s. Now with wireless internet, mobile phone signal, full IT / office support and new AV, our eight conference rooms can host the most modern of affairs. The Music room seats up to 180 people, the Dining Room 100 and the Blayney Room c. 1636, can cater for a reception of 40.
Our 57 bedrooms can accommodate 105 guests with a selection of grand historic rooms, traditional en-suite, and single study bedrooms. Fine furniture and works of art grace many of these. Garden Cottage can sleep 12 and is perfect for family or group holidays.
This really is the most romantic of locations, laced with symbolism and cultural significance. Four of our historic rooms are licensed for civil ceremonies. The grounds offer fantastic opportunities for photographs and exclusive use can be offered.
B&B accommodation now available and full events programme. See website for full details
on site facilitiesMarquee Space, Walking, Wedding Licence, Croquet, Hunting, Lake, Lawns
off site facilitiesPlaces of Interest, Golf - 9 Hole
equipmentComputer Equipment, Fax, Flipcharts, LCD/Data Projector, Lectern, PA System, Photocopier, Video Conferencing, Secretarial, Wi-Fi
barsCellar Bar, Weaver Bar
- 200 Onsite Car parking spaces available at Free Per Day
- 4 Onsite Coach parking spaces available at Free Per Day
contact detailsWebsite: www.gregynog.wales.ac.uk
Gregynog’s location near the quiet village of Tregynon, 6 miles north of Newtown in Powys, makes it reachable within 3 hours from all parts of Wales, within two hours from Birmingham, Manchester, Chester and Liverpool and just 50 minutes from Shrewsbury.
Rail links are via the Birmingham – Aberystwyth line, and the nearby A483 leads to the M54
- M54 JCT 1 (5.2 miles)
- M42 JCT 6 (20.6 miles)
- M54 JCT 7 (35.1 miles)
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