The word Glyn-hir translates as Long Valley in Cymraeg; it is a place where we encourage visitors to partake freely of their chosen interest within and about an uncomplicated and secluded surround.
We offer traditional rustic but homely accommodation and seasonally prepared home cooking.
We hope that it is at Glynhir you may tap into your inner hwyl.
For the past 25 years, Glynhir has been home to regular group activities and events held in the provincial property of an 18th century Huguenot Estate.
The grounds bestow a sublime setting for which to draw, paint, compose music, photograph, write or partake in other activities enhanced by an abundance of natural beauty, along with all the liveliness and charm of a functioning family farm.
Tucked away amongst the 40 acres of enchanting Victorian woodland lies a spectacular 30ft waterfall and swimming spot, providing a breathtaking backdrop to the ancient surrounds, with an additional 180 acres to delve into ; thus be sure that modern distractions, urban ubiquities, and daily grinds are cast away only to be replaced by the lushness of the green and peaceful landscape.
Our accommodation includes a country house, with origins dating from the middle of the 17th century, which flaunts spacious bedrooms with en-suites, large comfortable communal sitting room with baby grand piano, dining room, and a sunny conservatory.
For those looking to book in groups that want the ‘country house’ feel, hot beverages in the sitting room, delicious meals in the dining room, gatherings by the open fire. The house is the ideal venue upon which to host such occasions.
Alongside the house, you may opt for several or all of the 6 self-contained pastoral cottages suitable for groups seeking the independent village atmosphere of farmyard life, amongst geese, ducks, pigs, and chickens.
With access to a serviceable artist’s studio, large restaurant for group dining, and a very big barn for recitals, performances or rehearsal.