The beauty of Bryngarw House and its surroundings is matched by the knowledge that your special event is helping to fund cultural initiatives with real heart.
From weddings to corporate events and from birthday parties to baby showers, Bryngarw House offers a beautiful, landmark setting, breath-taking surroundings and a luxurious interior. Throw in an expert hospitality team and superb, proudly Welsh food and the stage is set for a truly memorable experience.
Dating back to the 15th Century, Bryngarw House sits in 113 acres of award-winning parkland. From 1775, it was home to the coal-owning Traherne family – a grand country house with grounds to match. These days the estate is a beautiful country park, enabling the public to enjoy its lakes, formal gardens and rambling footpaths, while the magnificent house at the heart of the estate provides a unique setting for any special occasion.
Run by charitable organisation Awen Cultural Trust, Bryngarw House has strong cultural and social values. These are seen in its partnership with the Goodwash Company, a local Welsh producer of luxury toiletries whose products are available in all of Bryngarw House’s stunning residential rooms.
Book a stay to coincide with your event and you can enjoy beautiful award-winning bathroom products ethically made by this local social enterprise who use wash profits to improve the lives of animals and people.
Cruelty-free and made with the finest natural ingredients from land and sea, the Goodwash Company’s products are feel good in every sense of the word. Goodwash Co are about to launch an exciting project with B-Leaf, a work-based initiative for adults with disabilities located adjacent to Bryngarw House.
The people who attend B-Leaf will play a role in helping produce Goodwash products for Bryngarw House.
Bryngarw House empowers you not only to hold a beautiful wedding, meeting or special event, but also to make it a socially conscious one. The Goodwash Company is just one part of the story: the profit from your event will go back into Awen Cultural Trust, helping it in its mission to make people’s lives better, providing vibrant cultural experiences that inspire and enhance their sense of wellbeing.
Awen’s initiatives range from public libraries to community centres, and from arts and cultural venues such as Maesteg Town Hall and the Grand Pavilion to Wood-B, a work–based project based on the Tondu Industrial Estate in Bridgend that offers training in carpentry and woodwork for adults with disabilities.
You can also enjoy the knowledge that you are helping to support local businesses including local food producers: Bryngarw House’s excellent menus are proudly Welsh, from the recipes to the sourcing of the ingredients.
Besides wonderful food, you can enjoy the support of expert, experienced staff through every stage of the process, from planning your event to making sure it runs like a dream on the day. An expert eye has also gone into the creation of the setting: from the French-styled Traherne Suite to the romantic, airy marquee, and from the sophisticated, club vibes of the bar to the bucolic views from the terrace, this is a setting that everyone will cherish.
Whatever you are planning, get in touch today to see how they can make your dream a reality.
Tel: 01656 729009