Hunting & Shooting
Visitors to Presaddfed
appreciate the country house party ambience and enjoy the time spent
with friends or business associates (corporate parties). Dinner every
evening is a feature of the day and tends to be a long leisurely affair
with a captive audience. The open log fire in the Drawing Room is a
feature of the house and much enjoyed by all our visitors.
Presaddfed Hall, with 10 double bedrooms, direct dial telephones, televisions, and 9
bathrooms, is available for groups of up to 20, for Small Conferences, Business Meetings, Weddings, Re-unions and Family Gatherings.
There is a wealth of sporting and leisure activities available during
the summer and winter.
The dining room is
dramatic with red panelling and a long polished oak refectory table
and chairs; it is a room that encourages the companionship of long
The Drawing Room is a large friendly room, bleached
oak panelled with plenty of comfortable chairs to sit and relax by
the large open log fire and let conversation flow.
Hall & Bar
Entering the house you find a flag stone hall with a
large gilt mirror and trophies decorating the walls and a broad oak
staircase sweeping up to the bedrooms. Leading off the hall there
is a small well stocked bar for the use of guests. This is run on a
help yourself basis, as the package offered to shooting guests is
A quick look around
All the bedrooms
are named after game birds and have either en suite or adjacent
bathrooms. They are spacious and decorated in true English country
house style with pretty curtains and wallpaper. The main double
bedroom, Woodcock, has its own dressing room and bathroom, the other
double room on the first floor, Canada Goose, also has an en suite
bathroom and dressing room. Three twin rooms are on the first floor,
Pheasantry and Partridge with en suite bathrooms and Wild Duck with
an adjacent bathroom.
There are a
further five bedrooms on the second floor. Snipe is a twin-bedded
room with bathroom, Pink Foot a double room with en suite bathroom.
Pigeon Roost, a twin room, and Teal a small double room, share a
bathroom, while Grey Lag is a twin room with a child's bed in an
annex has its own bathroom.
Now you've seen around
the Hall's accommodation, I'm sure you will agree with all previous
clients that it is a very special place. You can read what some of the
previous visitors have said by