Bedwellty House & Gardens

Attractions in Tredegar


Bedwellty House & Gardens


This historic venue welcomes worldwide visitors daily. Boasting an irresistible sense of style and beautiful architectural elegance, there is much to be discovered. Managed by Aneurin Leisure, this place is filled with exclusive spaces available for hire. Whether you have a birthday celebration in mind or are looking for somewhere for your next corporate event, they cater for a variety of celebrations. It is such a romantic location for a fairytale wedding too. The whole team is very welcoming and they go above and beyond to help you plan your special day. The Orchid House Tea Room is such a charming area to sit back and relax with some home baked goodies. The lunches provided here are sublime and their Sparkling Afternoon Teas are renowned within the area. Having a Children's Birthday Party here can be a lot of fun too. There are many party themes for you to choose from and your little one is guaranteed to have a magical party like no other. The Educational programme is a favourite of many visitors. Covering a variety of fascinating eras, you will be able to learn so much about the Victorian Period amongst others. The programmes are all tailor-made! So whether you want a smaller number of people to participate, a longer visit duration or a specific topic, they are very flexible and happy to meet your requirements when possible. Lastly, the team building programme is fantastic, so keep an eye out for it.


The South Wales Valleys areas are abundant of new attractions, so many more than when I visited the area four years ago. One of those great attractions that went under my radar last time is Bedwellty House, Gardens & Parkland in the industrial town of Tredegar. Built in 1800, this house has well over two hundred colorful years under its belt, all of which can be learned about whilst on your visit. Once home to the political giant Nye Bevan, the politician responsible for many great things, one of which is the NHS, various Bevan memorabilia can be found dotted all over the house. Then there is the parkland, which I have to say is looking absolutely stunning, complete with its majestic trees, shadowing this beautiful home. All in all, I cannot recommend a visit to Bedwellty enough and a visit here isn’t complete without a visit to its Orchid tearoom, which is great for afternoon tea or a light lunch.

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Contact Us

Morgan Street ,
Tredegar, Gwent , NP22 3XN

01495 353370

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