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Treowen

Monmouthshire

Treowen, Wonastow, Monmouth, NP25 4DL

  • Weekends

    £2,240 - £5,280

  • Full Weeks

    £2,980 - £6,680

Treowen was built in 1620 by William Jones. It is a four-floored Grade 1 listed manor house, perched between the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. It sleeps 25 guests in 12 bedrooms, with 8 bathrooms. The house is furnished in a simple and practical style, which makes it very flexible – rooms can be used for different things, and it’s all ideal for a big family party. There are ten camp beds that can be added to the bedroom mix (though the occupants will need to bring their own bedding for these).   

The floors are linked by a beautiful oak staircase, thought to be the earliest example of an open-well staircase in Wales. 

The twelve bedrooms are on the first, second and third floors. There are six bedrooms on the first floor, one of which has a four poster and an en-suite bathroom.

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Catering Available
Countryside Walks
Games Table
Pet Friendly
Self Catering
Stag & Hen Parties
Wedding Facilities
WiFi
Working Fireplace
Catering Available
Dance Floor
Fireworks
Gardens
Licenced Venue
Self Catering

House Facts

Treowen is reputed to be the tallest house in Monmouthshire.

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