The Pentrehobyn Estate is approached via a long private drive and is set among 100 acres of picturesque parkland in Flintshire, near Chester. The house is still owned by direct descendants of the original owners, the Lloyd family, from medieval times. See our History page.
Pentrehobyn Hall is a Grade 1 listed Jacobean Manor and was the site of the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 2007. The house, which can accommodate up to 14 guests, contains many unique features including carved mantelpieces of historic interest, offers an ideal venue for a private celebration or a business meeting.
Pentrehobyn Coach House, located south of the Hall, has been refurbished to a very high standard and offers a homely and welcoming space full of character and charm, from the magnificent triple-height central living space overlooking the private walled garden (perfect for garden parties and weddings) to the superbly-equipped country kitchen. The Coach House can accommodate up to 8 people.
There are a range of rental options available. The Hall and Coach House can be rented together for larger parties (that is, a total of 22 people in 11 bedrooms), or independently. It is also possible to rent one half of The Coach House (for up to 4 people in two double bedrooms).
The concept of entertaining family or friends in the privacy of a larger private house has become increasingly popular. The key to your stay at Pentrehobyn is the flexibility that this provides; you can do your own catering from the house’s fully-equipped kitchen or order individual meals from our extensive choice of menus.
When required, Pentrehobyn can offer a dedicated chef and waitress service for more formal meals. The housekeeper can provide breakfasts and will be on duty every morning, until 12 noon, in case of any queries. The housekeeper lives on the premises and will be responsible for laying fires and replacing firewood during the winter.
We can offer a series of activities and places to visit for every morning or afternoon of your stay or, alternatively there is a large-screen television located on the second floor for screening TV/Sky/DVDs. A selection of board games is also available in the drawing room. A range of daily newspapers can be provided.