Principality House has three splendid conference suites ranging in size from boardroom for eight delegates, to theatre style for eighty delegates. All suites have superb views, projector and screens and multi media equipment. In addition, a state-of-the-art IT suite contains 10 PCs, all with internet access.

A superb venue, suited best to:

  • Conferences
  • Board Meetings
  • Training Days
  • Seminars
  • Product launches
  • Presentations
  • Demonstrations
  • Exhibitions
  • IT Training

If you are interested in hiring out rooms in Principality house, contact Chris Moore on 01558 667114 or email cmoore@gardenofwales.org.uk

This impressive building is the only part of William Paxton’s mansion that remains today. It was the servants’ quarters, brew house, laundry and kitchens.

Having survived the fire of 1931, which destroyed the main mansion, these servants’ quarters later became a farmhouse named Trawscoed. These days, it has a new role as a Conference Centre,

where companies, government agencies, charities and other organisations book rooms to run courses, seminars and conferences.