Crogen Estate
Crogen Estate
Crogen Estate
Crogen Estate
Crogen Estate
Crogen Estate
Crogen Estate
Crogen Estate
Crogen Estate
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Crogen Estate

An estate offering the very best of life in Wales – beautiful, dramatic and private countryside, outstanding country and water sports, and some fabulous food.

  • Sleeps 31
  • Beds 16
  • Baths 12

The main house sleeps 17 people. If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £14 and £54.

From a formal tail-coated wedding party to a hog roast, bare-foot dancing and a lot of tipis - Crogen Estate has the space to imagine your wedding exactly how you might wish it to be.

  • Indoors 50
  • Capacity 200

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.

Denbighshire

Crogen, Llandrillo, Corwen, Denbighshire LL21 OSY

  • Weekends

    £2,000 - £5,000

  • Full Weeks

    £3,000 - £6,500

Crogen Hall is a historic Welsh country house, dating back to the 13th century, with a newer Coach House in the grounds. The 2,500-acre Crogen Estate is on the banks of the River Dee, with its own woodlands, moorland and mountainside. There is accommodation on the estate for 31 people (see below) across two properties separated by a large lawn. The Coach House is the hub for the whole party, which sleeps 17 people, and the remainder (14 people) sleeping in Crogen Wing/Hall. It works perfectly for both corporate and private use and also weddings; Crogen Hall has a wedding licence.

The Coach House (sleeps 17)

9 bedrooms, with 6 bathrooms (2 of which are en-suite). The reception rooms include a large kitchen with Aga and woodburning stove, dining room and drawing room with open fires,

Amenities

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House Facts

There has been a house at Crogen since the 1300s and the estate was bought by Henry Robertson in 1864. Henry was a civil engineer, entrepreneur, industrialist and politician, who also built Palé Hall nearby. In 1889, Queen Victoria came to stay with the Robertsons, who still own the estate, and she said "We have arrived in paradise."

Reviews

Fantastic week away with plenty of walks and cycle routes to please all abilities and ages. The house was beautiful kitted out with everything a family or group of friends could need for a relaxing peaceful week away from the rush of normal life

A fantastic setting for a place to stay, great hosts and total peace and quiet

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