We are very proud of winning the Hudson’s Heritage Award for the UK’s Best Wedding Accommodation in 2012 and the Welsh Tourist Board Gold Award in 2014, 2015 and 2016, which we won for our three bedrooms in the main house and our two Stable Yard Rooms. We have just completed another 6 en-suite bedrooms in the house taking the total number of bedrooms we can offer on site to 14 . Another 4 bedrooms are available in Wolvesacre Cottage (which is on the edge of the estate a 5 minute drive away) accommodating a total of 36 people. We have up to 5 put up beds which can be ordered for children for some of the bedrooms too.
The nine bedrooms that are situated in the house have been created with the help of renowned interior designer Suzy Hoodless. All the bedrooms have the finest Egyptian cotton sheets, luxury bath products, bathrobes, selection of teas, beautiful scents and anything else we can think of to make you feel spoiled and relaxed! Those who stay in the house also have use of the very cosy Little Drawing Room where there is a library of books, DVDs and CDs, a music system and TV, and have breakfast in The Morning Room.
The Bridal Suite
The Bridal Suite has been designed so that it is a spacious and calming room in which to get ready but also a romantic environment to spend your wedding night. There is a careful blend of exquisite antique furniture (including a very comfortable four poster bed) and contemporary fabrics and design. The bathroom is as luxurious as the bedroom with a huge roll top bath, amazing shower and chandelier – you will love it!
The Green Room
The Green Room overlooks the park and cricket pitch and is decorated with beautiful fabrics. The bathroom has a large marble topped bath and shower. This room can either be set up as a massive double bed or separated and turned into a twin room if needed.
Named after the beautiful foxglove wallpaper this room has wonderful views over the Park and cricket pitch. You can actually watch cricket from the free standing bath that is in the bedroom!
The Clock Room
Situated on the Library Landing the Clock Room has lovely views out over the coach house and the clock tower to the beautiful landscape beyond. This panelled bedroom is one of the larger bedrooms in the house. The wonderful oak floors, beautiful restored bath and basin and deep rich colour gives this room a wonderful, cosy atmosphere. There are beautiful pictures by Victor Pasmore, Peter Blake and Gillian Carnegie on the walls.
The Coach Room
The Coach Room is situated on the Library Landing. This stunning room has views over two aspects, the coach house and cobbled yard from one window and magnificent views over the Park from the other. The room has lovely art work on the wall by Peter Doig and Alan Davie. If you like baths this room is for you! The bathroom has a restored 19th century mahogany topped fire clay bath – it really is very special!
The Day Nursery
On the Nursery Landing where Godsal children ran wild, the Day Nursery was a room for play, and when old enough, for school work to be done. This rooms feels like it is out of Maurice Sendak’s children book ” Where the Wild Things Are”. The forest-like wall paper contrasts with the vibrant geometric bathroom – it shouldn’t work, but it does!
The Night Nursery
Situated on the Nursery landing where generations of Godsal children have been looked after. The Night Nursery retains the calming, child-like atmosphere it has always had – the beautiful ship chandelier is particularly special!
Nanny’s Room is on the Nursery landing. Commanding views over the gardens meant this room was strategically perfect for the Iscoyd Nannies in days gone by! Now it has been beautifully decorated and has a lovely ensuite shower room.
The Monkey Puzzle Room is situated on the Nursery Landing on the second floor of the house. A beautiful bedroom with stunning views over the gardens, especially the enormous Monkey Puzzle tree. The stunning bath and amazing copper and brass taps came from the Savoy Hotel and it is quite amazing – you won’t see taps like these very often!
Plans of the house and gardens
An overview of how the house flows and fits together