A Gothic Revival Masterpiece
Located in south Wales' beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park, Treberfydd House is widely regarded as one of the finest examples of a country house built during the Gothic Revival movement of the 19th century.
Home to the same family since it was built in 1852, the Grade I-listed house sits within 10 acres of private gardens and woodlands, offering the perfect backdrop for a wedding or family celebration.
Your Visit to Treberfydd
Treberfydd House and its gardens are open to the public twice a year, for two weeks at a time, usually in April and again in July, when the house and gardens are also open for one day as part of the National Garden Scheme.
The house and gardens will next be open from Tuesday 5 April until Monday 18 April 2022 (Easter Monday) inclusive, 2pm to 6pm daily, no booking required.
Tickets are £6 (children under 14 go free), which includes a tour of the house. Tours start at 2pm and 4pm daily. Teas will be available. Picnics and dogs on leads are welcome.
After that, the house and gardens will be open from Tuesday 28 June until Monday 11 July 2022 (inclusive).
We will be open on Sunday 3 July 2022 as part of the National Gardens Scheme.
We also welcome visits by private groups (10 or more) by private appointment.
Although a family home, Treberfydd House is available for weddings or private events, offering exclusive use of the house, gardens and grounds. We offer B&B accommodation in the house for groups of up to 12, and have two self-catering properties; the Barn (sleeps eight) and the Saddlery (sleeps six).
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