Penrhos

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Total meeting space
Standing capacity
Seating capacity
Built
Renovated
Penrhos Court
Freepost SW3012
Kington HR5 3LH
Onsite catering
Penrhos Court
Freepost SW3012
Kington HR5 3LH

Amenities

Facilities

  • AV capabilities
  • Furniture
  • Internet access
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Space (Private)
  • Table linens

Alcohol and catering

  • Alcohol allowed
  • Onsite catering

Meeting space

Space (Private)Available

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms15

Nearby

Parking

  • Complimentary parking

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Penrhos is unique - by any sense of the word. First built in 1280 when Edward I King of England, came down the hill, past Penrhos, and took Kington away from the Welsh. Penrhos has somehow survived, by pure chance, for more than seven hundred years as a farm on the border of Herefordshire and Wales. It offers its guests with 15 elegantly designed, comfortable and well furnished guest rooms. Now, after 40 years of work, repairing and rebuilding it emerges as the most delightful set of buildings that you could find anywhere. There are three periods to the main house, the great medieval Cruck hall with stone flag floors and an inglenook corner, a 15c cross wing and an Elizabethan house. The house looks out onto a courtyard with a pond in the middle humming and blooming with life. It offers its guests with 15 elegantly designed, comfortable and well furnished guest rooms. In addition, it has a number of packages available for special events, meetings, retreats, business and corporate meetings.

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