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Gregynog Hall

Gregynog Gregynog Gregynog Tregynon, Newtown SY16 3PW Wales
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Updated 19/05/20


#3 of 4 hotels in Newtown
Gregynog - an ancient house with a Victorian face, famous for its hospitality for at least 400 years and situated at the centre of Welsh history, art and politics. Once a landed estate now a historic house conference centre. The grounds are silent but the birdsong is loud. The conference rooms echo with debate, music and laughter but there are quiet corners for reading and dreaming ..... Set in 750 acres and a National Nature Reserve, as well as Grade 1 Listed gardens, Gregynog offers 57 bedrooms catering for conferences, weddings or just a weekend getaway. Enjoy peace and tranquility in the heart of Mid Wales. 101 guests can be accommodated with a selection of grand historic rooms, traditional en.suite and single study bedrooms. Hosting conferences since the 1920s, we now offer wireless internet, full IT support and office services with 8 conference rooms. The famous Music Room seats up to 180 people, the Dining Room 100 and the c.1636 Blayney Room can cater for a reception of 40. Four of our historic rooms are licensed for civil ceremonies and the grounds offer fantastic photograph opportunities. Waymarked walks and year round events programme, courtyard cafe and shop.
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Free parking
Electric vehicle charging station
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Public wifi
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
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The_Champignons wrote a review Sep 2020
Bracknell, United Kingdom73 contributions37 helpful votes
Visited just for the day, rather than a hotel stay. Lovely selection of woodland walks (although the blue walk could do with refreshed signage - do only if you have plenty of time and are happy to get lost in a field!). Lovely sandwiches at the courtyard cafe (only currently open Weds-Sun).
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Date of stay: September 2020
Squizzys adventures wrote a review Aug 2020
Roade, United Kingdom85 contributions57 helpful votes
Fantastic hidden gem. Awesome place to explore. It’s muddy so wear boots! (Even in the summer!) £2.50 cash for car park which is well worth it as so much to explore and enjoy. Plus a lovely cafe for a brew if you want. Head off the beaten tracks into the woods there’s loads to see and do.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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rev_arderne wrote a review Jan 2020
Southwell, United Kingdom28 contributions11 helpful votes
A splendid looking mansion in a very beautiful quiet location. The impression I got was of faded splenour with some very antiquated bathrooms, but the welcome and food were excellent and the staff went to endless trouble to ensure a very pleasurable stay. No phone signal (blessing in disguise?!) though wi-fi is provided if you can get into it - mine only worked on the ground floor.
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Date of stay: December 2019
Room Tip: En-suite rooms are available - otherwise the shared bathrooms are extremely old-fashioned.
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Response from Kyl1e, PA to CEO at Gregynog Hall at Gregynog Hall
Responded 17 Jan 2020
Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your time here with the peace and tranquillity that our facilities offer. We are sorry to hear you had problems with our wifi while you were here. We have invested heavily in improving our superfast wifi coverage within the hall although we do have some areas due to the nature of the historic building where unfortunately coverage is limited. We hope to see you again in the future.
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Peter e wrote a review Sep 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom809 contributions214 helpful votes
Not an easy place to find but worth it - a long drive up the stately homes entrance leaves you with an idea of the size of this place and its really big . I must admit its better suited to dog walkers than anyone else - has a car park (£2.50) but nobody seams to pay ground are lovely and very large - the house itself seem to see its future in weddings ans conferences , but I am assured its fantastic inside . Just comming into autumn is a great time to visit and while you would struggle to want to stay here all day a half day of walking is easy done . Try and respect the family that owns the house and pay £3 into the cardens . Cafe is also very good - better than you might expect
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Date of stay: September 2019
2 Helpful votes
Response from Kyl1e, P.A. TO CEO at Gregynog Hall
Responded 10 Oct 2019
Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit and hope to be able to welcome you back in the future. Our car parking fee contributes to the upkeep of the Hall including driveway maintenance. We hope in the future you manage to visit and see inside the beautiful Hall with rooms dating back to the 17th Century. We do hold Open Doors days and other events whereby you can come inside and explore.
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Emma N wrote a review Sep 2019
Bomere Heath, United Kingdom83 contributions21 helpful votes
Just moved to the village of Tregynon and popped in on my way home from the shop to see what was there. Very surprised how beautiful the gardens and the house were. Lovely tranquil setting, helped the sun was shinning. everyone very helpfull and freindly. Joined a family membership for £30 for the year. This will give free carparking discount in the tea room and endless walks in the grounds. Looking forward to exploring the bees and the Lily lake plu smuch more.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Response from Kyl1e, P.A. TO CEO at Gregynog Hall
Responded 11 Sep 2019
Thank you for your lovely review and welcome to the area! Thank you for your support as a member, we hope you enjoy the many benefits. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Gregynog Hall
Which popular attractions are close to Gregynog Hall?
Nearby attractions include Mid Wales Off Road (4.1 km), Newtown Textile Museum (5.9 km), and Beyond Breakout Ltd (6.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Gregynog Hall?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Gregynog Hall?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Gregynog Hall?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Gregynog Hall?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cafe Glitz @ Brisco, Gulshan, and La Terrazza.
Are pets allowed at Gregynog Hall?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Gregynog Hall?
Many travellers enjoy visiting W H Smith & Son Museum (6.3 km).
Is Gregynog Hall accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.