- Sports & activity
- DVD player
- Internet Access
- Linen provided
- Log Fire
- Washing Machine
- Country Sports
- Horse Riding
- Babysitting available
- Cook available
- Short breaks available
From 12th August 2019 to 2nd September 2019
Felin Newydd House is available from 12th August – 23rd August 2019 at a rental fee of £6995.00 per week, (7 night stay) and that the house is also available at present from 26th August – 2nd September at a rental fee of £6995.00 per week (7 night stay).
If you want to enjoy the privacy of a country manor with the comforts of a luxury hotel then look no further. Felin Newydd is a luxurious exclusive-use manor house just inside the Welsh border between Brecon and Hay on Wye. It has stunning, stylish interiors and 50 acres of gardens and parkland. Come and experience its unrivalled peace and privacy.
Crisp white linen, deep down duvets, wonderfully comfortable beds, fresh flowers from the garden, log fires, REN toiletries, piping hot water, a morning maid service, fresh eggs from our hens and seasonal produce from the estate
If you can bear to leave the luxury of your pad, you have some wonderful places on your doorstep, with Hay on Wye, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons to name but a few. Outdoor activities like hiking, mountain biking and horse riding are ten a penny and within easy reach you can also find yourself in ancient castles and wonderful gardens. If you don’t want to be left to your own devices, we can provide you with chefs, butler services, local produce, grocery shopping, wine and drinks, a washing up service, a chauffeur or taxi service, a child minder, stabling and photographers. We can also organise a whole host of local activities, from guided walks and foraging to fishing, canoeing and clay pigeon shooting.
Detailed driving directions provided on booking. Cardiff airport is 80km away and Bristol airport is 120km.
Cardiff or Bristol 80km
Extensively remodelled around 150 years ago, yet retaining its Georgian windows, elegant facade and pretty gabled roof, the house has 9 large double bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, all of which are on the first floor. The morning room and drawing room are both generously sized, and the sumptuous dining room will comfortably seat a full house of guests. There’s also an impressive kitchen which is fully equipped with everything that you or your caterers might need.
The house is set in 50 acres of wonderfully wild gardens and parkland. The immediate grounds around the house have large lawns stretching down to the burbling Triffrwd River and to the left of the house is a large Edwardian stable block with its own courtyard and entrance. Behind the house spring bulbs flood the woodland garden and at the eastern end, rhododendrons take over, forming a dense screen to the lane and the river. Alongside the west of the house a charming sitting and dining garden has been created where a large table and BBQ sit on the stone flagged area. And beyond the stable block is a vegetable garden with a geometric layout of paths and beds.
Felin Newydd was purchased in the early to mid-20th Century by Sir David Evans Bevan and used as a shooting lodge to entertain friends and business associates. The house was completely redecorated during the 1950s under the watchful eye of Lady Eira and with the help of the well-known interior designer Mrs Monro of 11 Montpelier Street, London. The house remained unaltered for nearly 50 years but after an extensive period of renovation, we have been able to remove the dustsheets and enjoy the results of all the hard work and patience.
Conditions of Rental
The basic rental fee is for your exclusive use of the house and gardens for up to 18 guests. This includes linen and towels, a maid service, wireless internet throughout the house, and tea/coffee/the basic cooking essentials in the kitchen. You are welcome to bring up to two dogs for a small additional fee. Please contact use about the costs of catering and other organised activities. Our suppliers always use local and organic produce wherever possible and seasonal vegetables come from the garden.