An impressive rectory of slate construction, Penmachno Hall has been recently renovated to provide comfortable and spacious accommodation for the visitor.
Since aquiring the hall in 2002, Lauraine and Simon have undertaken a programme of extensive refurbishment. Central heating has been installed throughout, and the redecoration was planned with a keen eye for interior design.
The front door with its original Victorian brass bell-pull, leads to the large entrance hall, with grandfather clock, wooden floors and staircase. Two reception rooms are available for guests on the ground floor, with all three letting bedrooms situated upstairs.
The landscaped garden, with large stone steps, and random slate seating allow the visitor to enjoy quiet moments listening to the river and enjoying the views.