Spectacular Caer Rhun Hall will re-open this month as a wedding and conference venue.
The enchanting late-Victorian house will once again be available for exclusive private hire, for weddings, events and conferences. The main house can seat up to 52 people for Wedding Breakfasts and 90 people for Evening Receptions, whilst larger parties can be accommodated in a marquee on the lawn. Meanwhile, the wonderfully manicured gardens within the 17 acres of grounds create the perfect backdrop to any event.
The house was built in 1895 by Major-General Gough, who was Lieutenant Governor of Jersey between 1904 and 1910. The house replaced the original ‘Plas Caerhun’ which was a largely 17th Century house with probable Medieval origins, and the seat of the Davies’ and subsequently the Davies-Griffith families, which General Gough married into. The house is built adjacent to the Roman fortress ‘Canovium’, which was excavated between 1926 and 1929; some artefacts from the dig can be seen in the grounds at present.
Caer Rhun Hall offers many fine and intricate features including a stone-flagged floor in the entrance hall, distinctive oak panelling, some of which is from the original house, an oak staircase with Jacobean style geometric finials and numerous period fireplaces. The Hall also offers overnight accommodation with 23 bedrooms forming part of the exclusive hire.
General Manager, Chris Evans notes “We are exceptionally excited for Caer Rhun to re-open. This is a magnificent property where families spread across the country - or indeed globally can converge to a stunning location - in a beautiful part of the world - to witness or to celebrate a new marriage.”
“Similarly, Caer Rhun Hall is an exclusive retreat where business leaders and company executives can meet to do business, to conference or to team-build in a venue that couldn’t be any further away from the usual hotel-type settings.” Chris adds.
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