Tretower Court in the Brecon Beacons National Park is a restored medieval courtyard house built by Sir Roger Vaughan in the fifteenth century, and provides a spectacular setting for your event.
Magnificent timberwork survives in the northern and western ranges, with later Classical-style windows dating to the 1630s.
The courtyard house overlooks the castle, which was established as an earth and timber fortification during the Norman conquest of the area and later rebuilt in stone.
The site can be hired for corporate events, charity events and other celebrations.*Visit our Tretower wedding hire page for details on hiring the hall for weddings.
To see if this site would suit your needs, visit our Tretower Court site specific information page, which includes details on indoor spaces, parking arrangements, on-site facilities and access.
We can accept bookings for the hire of Tretower Court 13 months in advance of the date. If you would like to discuss holding an event at Tretower, check availability, find out the price, book, or arrange a site visit, please contact the commercial team on 03000 257182. Limited opening in winter – Thursday, Friday and Saturday only.