You will find Tredilion Park nestled in the foothills of the breath-taking Brecon Beacon mountains with a glorious vista towards the majestic Blorenge and Skirrid Fawr mountains.
At the end of a sweeping driveway, with stone terraces and a boating lake, sitting in 80 acres of rolling parkland, this secluded 18th century manor captures the imagination and offers an ideal setting for any special occasion.
TREDILION PARK DATES BACK TO THE EARLY 1700'S, AT A TIME WHEN GEORGE I WAS ON THE THRONE.
2018 and 19 have seen extensive refurbishment of the outbuildings and landscaping of the parklands. The greenhouses in the walled kitchen garden have been lovingly renovated to offer a haven for alfresco dining. You can now enjoy the warmth of the outdoor fire pit or the taste of our exclusive barbeque while watching our gardeners and kitchen staff tending to the raised herb and vegetable beds, both of which are used in our cooking.
You may prefer to relax with a picnic next to the pretty, secluded duck pond hidden beneath a copse of weeping willow or enjoy an afternoon drink while watching the swans glide on the lake at the front of the house - and delight in the antics of the cygnets and ducklings in the spring.
Above the lake we have a beautifully manicured croquet lawn, edged with English lavender and sculpted yew bushes. We also offer tennis courts.
YOU WILL FIND A WIDE VARIETY OF LOCAL OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES INCLUDING TRAIL WALKING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING, CANOEING AND MANY OTHERS.