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Gregynog Hall - Fishing in Wales

Gregynog Hall

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Gregynog is a historic hotel with Grade 1 listed gardens set in the heart of rural Montgomeryshire. One of Wales’ premier country estates, it offers a welcoming setting in which people of all ages and abilities may discover, experience, participate in, and be inspired by the arts and natural environment.

There is fishing owned by the estate nearby, for wild brown trout. Gwgia is a man made lake constructed somewhere around 1840 to supply water to the famous Gregynog Hall. As ever in the Victorian era any sheet of water was stocked with brown trout to provide sport for the wealthy landowners, these fish have thrived and a days fishing on Gwgia was a prospect to relish.

It is a 40 acre lake which lies in splendid isolation, access is through a locked gate and then across several fields via a rough but manageable track. On reaching the lake you can the foresight of the Victorians. The lake is surrounded by specimen trees and the margins are full of reeds – ideal trout territory. The piece de résistance however is the boathouse, with its three boats, veranda and small kitchen and dining area. It is just like a perfect old fashioned beach hut, but, by a lake.

Gregynog is also the perfect base for river and lake fishing in Mid-Wales through the Fishing Passport.

Gregynog Hall

Address Tregynon
Newtown
SY16 3PL
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