“A Noble Mansion. It occupies a commanding situation from whence are surveyed some of the most interesting scenes in Monmouthshire.
Over the entrance is a stone square with the armorial bearings of nine different noblemen and other characters of high rank in this County.
A correspondent dignity pervades the whole of the interior. A staircase two yards wide, of 72 steps, with balustrades, the newels on the quarterspaces two feet round, the whole in solid oak, which still remains perfect, stands unrivalled in the Kingdom.” - Charles Heath 1787
Antiquarian Charles Heath's glowing description of Grade I listed Treowen remains as true today as when it was written.
Panelled rooms, magnificent staircases, delightful gardens, breathtaking views, private woodland walks and a lofty position at the far end of a half mile long drive Wales offer atmosphere, privacy and a very different adventure holiday for the discerning visitor.
Fridays May 25th to August 31st 10.00 am to 4.00pm.
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To book an appointment, please phone John Wheelock on 07530357390.
Treowen sits between Monmouth and Raglan. There are trains to Newport, Abergavenny, Hereford and Gloucester and buses to Monmouth. There is also an infrequent bus service to Dingestow.
National Cycle Network Route 423 passes the entrance to Treowen.
- Offers bike storage
AMBER TAXIS 01600 712200
Historic House Members visit for free on Fridays only from May to August.
£6 for non-members.
£5 if appointment made.
- Guide dogs welcome
- Accessible parking
- Wheelchair ramps/routes
- Accessible toilets
A word from the owner
Treowen is reputed to be the tallest house in Monmouthshire.
Four-storey Jacobean house built on a double-pile plan, perhaps the most important early C17th gentry house in the county. Particularly fine open well staircase. Used as a farmhouse from the 1670s to the 1990s and never remodelled; everything visitors see is the unaltered work of its age. Delightful gardens with breathtaking views and woodland walks.
Treowen offers the ideal setting for those who want to create their own special day, rather than accept a standard wedding package.
Treowen offers a range of reception rooms, as well as plenty of accommodation for guests. An extensive private garden with superb views gives the perfect setting for an outdoor reception. Treowen is licensed for civil weddings.
Use the Dining Room, the Banqueting Hall, the Oak Room, the Long Drawing Room or, for an "outdoor" wedding, the Porch.
A wonderful venue for celebrations and special occasions with family and friends, and a romantic setting for weddings, Treowen is an impressive mansion surrounded by a 400-acre estate of farm and woodland with sweeping views to the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons.
Panelled rooms, magnificent staircases, delightful gardens, breathtaking views, private woodland walks and a lofty position in one of the most beautiful corners of Wales offer atmosphere, privacy and a completely different experience for the discerning visitor.
There is a wealth of fascinating places to see and visit within a short drive, an abundance of castles, the Black Mountains and the industrial history of the Forest of Dean and the South Wales valleys.
There are pubs, golf courses, clay pigeon shooting, canoeing, sailing, pony trekkings and more. You can fish for trout on the pretty Trothy.
If you want somewhere completely different for your corporate event - be it team building, a unique venue for entertaining clients or rewarding staff - then you need look no further.
Treowen will meet your needs. Set in the heart of a 400 acre private estate, but very accessible only 20 minutes from the M50 at Ross-on-Wye and the M4 at Newport.
Within a few miles of Treowen you will find a wealth of outdoor activities. You can cater for yourselves or our caterers can provide anything from breakfast to a banquet. The choice is yours - we are offering exclusive use of a unique venue in which you can create your own event.