Credit Deane Kay

Accommodation is in comfortable single bedrooms in the main house and in five cottages in the grounds.  About half of the rooms are now ensuite with private showers.   

A standard room has a hand basin, shares toilet/bathroom/shower facilities, and can be located in either the main house or in a cottage.

A simple room is a smaller room with a hand basin (except for one in a cottage) which we hope will mean that St Beuno’s is accessible to those on a budget.  We have five simple rooms in the main house and three in the cottages.

Three cottages are just above the main house.  There are two studio rooms with ensuite facilities and one cottage has four rooms with ensuite facilities.  The other two cottages, each of which has two or three bedrooms as well as a sitting room, kitchen and a good bathroom.  This group of cottages sleeps eleven retreatants and can be particularly suited to groups. 

Fronshade Cottage is ten minutes’ walk through the grounds from the main house.  This four bedroom cottage is comfortable and quiet with one of the best views of Snowdonia in our whole centre. 

Rhewl Cottage, less than 5 minutes from the main house, has four more single ensuite bedrooms. This newly refurbished cottage also has magnificent views across the Clwyd Valley.

Breakfast, lunch and supper are taken in the dining room of the main house, but tea, coffee etc is available in all the cottages.  All retreatants have full use of all the facilities of the main house (chapels, dining room, library, and lounge) and of the gardens and grounds.

Towels, hand soap and bedding are all provided.  Please note that we do not provide other toiletries, although our small "shop" does stock basic supplies should you forget something! Whilst we do have a very limited number of hair-dryers to borrow, you may find it easier to bring your own.

Wi-Fi reaches most of the main house bedrooms and the lounge for those who cannot access the internet in their own room.  There is no Wi-Fi in the cottages.  There is one general access computer. 

Please note that the grounds are extensive, with formal paths, grassy areas and woodland and field walks.  Beyond the grounds are a great many public footpaths and walks. You may wish to bring sturdy outdoor shoes or boots to make the most of the setting. Similarly, British weather is somewhat unpredicatable, and whilst we feel that St Beuno's is beautiful in any weather, a raincoat is a very useful addition to your packing!