Welcome to the Brynkinalt Estate, home to the ancestral Trevor family since 942. Located in the beautiful surrounding of the Welsh/Shropshire border, the home is steeped in history but focused on the future.

The Trevor Family are working hard to ensure that the Brynkinalt Estate retains a viable place in the nation's heritage. Through a programme of investment and restoration, the estate provides quality contemporary accommodation for both the business and residential community, creating a wonderful environment in which to live and work.

The estate has taken advantage of changes in traditional methods of commerce and communication technology to create a diverse and successful business community at the Brynkinalt Business Centre. The Centre blends high quality, modern business accommodation within the beautiful, historic setting of a traditional working estate, offering businesses a truly unique setting in which to work and grow.

The estate is keen to share both its heritage and landscape with visitors, always extending a warm welcome to guests. We hold open days and riding clubs at the hall, host conferences and activity days, and can even help you to plan the wedding of your dreams, which will take place in the stunning setting of the Estate.

From the ongoing maintenance of the Hall and restoration of its gardens, to the sustainable management of woodland for renewable energy, Brynkinalt is committed to ensuring the estate maintains its impressive design and special place in the nation's heritage, whilst also providing great benefit to future generations and the local community.

Latest News

  • NGS Garden Opening

    CANCELLED - Please note that tomorrow's open garden for the NGS has sadly been CANCELLED due to Covid-19. We will soon be releasing the dates for next years garden openings so please keep an eye on our website and social media accounts and we can't wait to welcome everyone back.        

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  • Covid -19

    CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) We would like to take this opportunity to assure you that we are monitoring all guidance on managing the coronavirus (COVID-19) from the UK & Welsh Government, the Local Authority, the NHS and Public Health Wales. As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our staff and visitors. Following Government instructions to close entertainment, hospitality and indoor leisure premises across the country from the end of Friday 20 March and subsequent appeals to all to stay at home and limit all but essential travel, we remain closed under current guideline in Wales but will continue to monitor the situation and hope to re-open with social distancing measures in place as soon as safe for staff and visitors.  The Estate office remains open at this current time but we ask that where possible all enquires or problems are made/notified by phone or email and not in person to assist with social distancing. Our maintenance teams will be dealing with emergencies only during this period. Should it be essential to come to the office or if bringing a delivery, please do not enter the premises and risk contaminating anyone if  you have a high temperature, a new continuous cough or have been in contact with anyone who thinks they may be infected. We would ask all visitors to wash their hands following recommended procedures and/or use hand sanitiser if available on arrival to

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  • Invitation to View 2020 Dates

    COVID-19 UPDATE.  We remain closed under current guideline in Wales but will continue to monitor the situation and hope to re-open with social distancing measures in place as soon as safe for staff and visitors. Invitation to View House Visits - Last year we welcomed more visitors than ever through this scheme which allows individuals and small groups to come and see inside the house. Tickets can be bought for tours on set days and visitors enjoy a tour and information about the house and history from a family member, hopefully giving our visitors a much more detailed and personal experience.   Dates have now been set for 2020 Tours as follows: Cancelled - Thurs 19th Mar - 2.30pm (General House),   Wed 20th May - 2.30pm (Rhododendrons & Azaleas),   Tues 2nd June - 2.30pm (Rhododendrons & Azaleas),  Thur 2nd July  - 2.30pm (Roses & Herbaceous Borders),  We hope to be open for - Fri 24th July - 10.30 am  (Roses & Herbaceous Borders),    Tues 8th Sept - 2.30pm (Roses & Herbaceous Borders),   Thur 1st Oct - 10.30 am  (General House),   Wed 9th Dec - 10.30am (Family Style Christmas Decorations) Bookings for these dates should be made directly through the website www.historichouses.org/tours or via the Booking line on 01946 690823.  Tickets £17.50 per person including refreshments and access to the garde

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