We have 23 bedrooms providing accommodation for 32 people. The rooms are singles (14) and twins (7) plus two doubles. Fifteen are en-suite and 8 are non-en suite. All are comfortable, uncluttered and simply furnished. They are kept warm in cooler times with the help of our eco-friendly biomass heating system.
For larger groups additional beds can be added to some rooms.
The bedrooms are in five locations, all very close together
Plas Baladeulyn (all en suite)
1 double / 3 singles / 4 twin
The Plas is the main house overlooking the lake, mountains and gardens.
All bedrooms are on the first floor with either a bath with shower attachment (6) or a shower (2)
Garden Wing (non – en suite)
1 twin (first floor) / 1 single (first floor) / 1 single (ground floor)
This is part of Plas Baladeulyn, but with a separate entrance.
Rooms have a view of the gardens. Bedrooms share a shower and WC on the ground floor
Courtyard (en suite)
The rooms are in a single storey building and open directly onto a small courtyard. Two rooms have a bath with shower attachment and grab-rails. One room is fitted with a walk-in shower and is suitable for wheelchair users.
Dol Wennol (non – en suite)
2 twins / 3 singles
A single storey building with access from the Courtyard.
Views of gardens and orchard
Bedrooms share 2 showers and 2 WC’s
Dol Gwydion (en suite) (New from May 2017)
3 singles (ground floor) with shower
1 double (first floor) with bath and shower over
Please take a look at our Accessibility statement
“I would like to thank everyone for making this one of the most enjoyable weeks of my life.
The course was great but it was Trigonos that made the experience so wonderful.
I have stayed in many fancy, expensive hotels over the years, but nowhere enjoyed the peace,
comfort and tranquility you provided and in such an unassuming manner.
You seem to have provided everything I needed and nothing that I didn’t –
a pleasant but unfussy bedroom with comfortable bed, a large bath sheet and a bedside lamp
that you could actually read by, spaces to sit quietly or enjoy the company of others
and a huge lake with wonderful views. Thank you all.”
Catherine J. Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain