ACCOMMODATION

COUNTRY PARK

HENBLAS

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Set in our recently renovated Grade II listed farmstead are ten luxury bedrooms, including our stunning bridal room.

Tastefully themed and decorated, each room has been equipped with stunning fixtures and fittings along with luxury locally supplied toiletries.

In the bridal bedroom you can enjoy views across the mountain whilst soaking in our gorgeous circular bathtub.

Additional accommodation in the form of ‘glamping’ can be erected on our adjacent field, complete with showers and toilets.

All our overnight guests will enjoy a full welsh feast in our beautiful breakfast room.

 

  • Exclusive use

  • Three stunning ceremony locations including outdoor

  • Mountain and farmland views

  • Seating from 20 to 160 guests

  • Overnight accommodation with breakfast in our Grade II listed stables for up to 24

  • Our choice of three exceptional caterers

  • A dedicated, experienced coordinator with you throughout 

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The Barn

Repurposing the old timbers from our original barn has created a rustic charm within this bedroom. 

Each piece of timber has weathered uniquely as a consequence of its location on the old barn.

 

In the mid 1800’s this section of the building was used as stabling for the Henblas horses and for livestock.

 

The building served it purpose until the mid 1900’s before eventually becoming a children’s adventure park in the latter part of the C19th.

The Bridal Suite

In the mid 1800’s this section of the building was used as stabling for the Henblas horses and for livestock.

 

All the ceiling beams are an original fixture of the building, with the addition of a shipwreck timber above the seating area. 

 

This was original found in the smithy but it had to be removed during the renovations.

 

The large wheel was also found in the smithy and has been hung to remind us of the history of the building. 

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The Old Giftshop

The Old Gift Shop was named after its time as a children’s adventure park in the late 1990’s. All guests would have passed through this room as the main entrance and exit to the park. 

 

Repurposing the old timbers from our original barn has created a rustic charm within this bedroom. Each piece of timber has weathered uniquely as a consequence of its location on the building.

 

In the mid 1800’s this section of the building was used as stabling for Henblas horses and for livestock.

The Smithy

At the end of the 1800’s this old cart shed was home to the local blacksmith’s workshop.

During renovations, we found numerous horseshoes and iron works that have been put on display around the room.

 

Large iron gates once hung from the unusual limestone arches at the front of the bedroom to secure the workshop.

 

Numerous shipwreck beams from the early 1800’s were found in this room during renovations but sadly were repurposed in other rooms due to their deterioration. 

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The Green Room

The Green Room was once home to arts and crafts center, an integral part the children’s adventure playground in the late 1990’s. It was painted a ghastly shade of green so we decided to update the colour to a more modern shade!      

 

Originally built in the mid 1800’s as a stable yard, the building housed the Henblas horses and livestock until the early 1900’s.

The Craft Room

The Craft Room was once home to arts and crafts center, an integral part the children’s adventure playground in the late 1990’s.

 

A huge tree mural covered the entire far wall, incorporating the unique undulations of the wall into the design.

A small section of this mural is still visible from within the attic. 

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