The Manor has two rooms available for hire – the Tudor Hall and the Great Chamber. Each containing a number of period features, including the grand fireplace supposedly brought from the original Tredegar House.
The Great Chamber
The Great Chamber was constructed during the mid 17th century and contains many original features such as the finely carved, ornate fireplace, rumoured to have come from the original Tredegar House. Once serving as the best bed chamber, it housed the finest furniture and furnishings in the Manor and may have been known as the ‘Blue Chamber’ during the Stuart era.
Today, this room offers a calm and relaxing space for all corporate events. The Great Chamber includes an interactive e-board, perfect for presentations and slideshows.
The Great Chamber can comfortably seat up to 30 delegates in theatre style or up to 16 guests in boardroom style. Room hire rates -
- £60 a day ex VAT
- £40 for half a day ex VAT
- £15 per hour (under 4 hours) ex VAT
The Tudor Hall
As part of the original Tudor building, the Tudor Hall formed part of the two-up, two-down ‘mansion house’ which Walter Griffiths purchased in 1616, before the addition of the porch, hallway and cottage. The Hall was split into two rooms by a petition wall and would have housed the family and its guests. The remains of a turret staircase can still be seen linking the two floors.
With its timber beams and original windows, the Tudor Hall offers a large and versatile space offering a number of seating arrangements to suit the mood of your function.
The Tudor Hall can seat up to 50 delegates theatre style or 24 in boardroom style. Room hire rates -
- £80 a day ex VAT
- £50 for half a day ex VAT
- £18 per hour (under 4 hours) ex VAT
Please note that the Tudor Hall is not easily accessible for wheelchair users due to the historic nature of the building. However we will endeavour to assist where we can to ease access to this room.
Further information on Room Hire can be downloaded here.
To book a room for a corporate event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01633 648562.