“And, flower-lulled in sleepy grass, hear the cool lapse of hours pass, until the centuries blend and blur…” R. Brooke.
Surrounded by beautiful, tranquil grounds and picturesque gardens: Bedwellty House & Park, stands out for not just its’ historical background, but for its’ unspoilt sophistication and elegance. Situated in Tredegar, in the Sirhowy Valley in south-east Wales; the Grade II-listed house and gardens, was built in the early 19th Century, and visitors can enjoy the Edwardian bandstand, gazebo, duck ponds, and a world famous lump of coal dating back to 1851! Rich in history, Bedwellty House blends tradition with avant-garde facilities, which provide a collection of unique spaces that are simply perfect for organising large and small social events, including weddings, conferences, parties and educational programmes. Indeed Bedwellty House & Park offers a whole range of academic programmes, which can be specifically tailored for your individual requirements, then rest your legs for a bit, and take a break at the Award-Winning Welsh Cafe, and enjoy a delicious meal.
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