Treowen is a Grade 1 listed manor house with an extensive private garden with breathtaking views. It has twelve bedrooms, five reception rooms, panelled rooms and open fires – step back into the 17th century for an unforgettable experience. The house sleeps up to 25 people and there are ten additional camp beds available (bedding not provided).
Treowen offers the ideal setting for holidays, big birthdays, family get-togethers, university reunions, weddings and civil partnerships.
It is a wonderful venue for celebrations and special occasions with family and friends, and a romantic setting for weddings, Treowen is an impressive mansion surrounded by a 400-acre estate of farm and woodland with sweeping views to the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. Also ideal for corporate groups with a wealth of activities nearby for team building.
There are panelled rooms, magnificent staircases, delightful gardens, breathtaking views, private woodland walks and a lofty position in one of the most beautiful corners of Wales. There is a wealth of fascinating places to see and visit within a short drive: charming towns like Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye, the ruined abbey at Tintern, an abundance of castles in this borderland region, the scenic delights of the Wye Valley, the Forest of Dean and the Black Mountains and the industrial history of the Forest of Dean and the South Wales valleys.
The nearest pub, within two miles of Treowen, serves food and slightly further afield a wealth of restaurants, country pubs and hotels ranging from cheap-and-cheerful to haute cuisine.
Within a few miles you will find golf courses, clay pigeon shooting, canoeing, sailing, pony trekking, the Wye Valley and Offa’s Dyke footpaths. And you can fish for trout on the pretty Trothy, a tributary of the Wye, running through the estate or for coarse fish in the historic fishponds.