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Neuadd y Dderwen

Neuadd y Dderwen

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This is West Wales' most exciting new music and arts venue. In Pembrokeshire, near the borders of Ceredigion and Carmarthen (in the Teifi Valley), Neuadd y dderwen (The Oak Hall) is constructed from green oak in keeping with a centuries old tradition of craftmanship. Its has been designed with acoustic music in mind and has impressed both audiences and performers. It has its own Steinway concert grand. The building has been built with the latest technology featuring a Bose p.a., digital projection and a state of the art kitchen to cater for up to 150 people (250 audience seated capacity) in sound systems. It has a minimum carbon footprint utilising ground source heating and a 60 panel photo voltaic array. Catrin Finch, Shan Cothi, Maddy Prior, The Academy of St Martins, are some of the many performers who have played here.

Address

Rhosygilwen,
Rhoshill,
Pembrokeshire,
SA43 2TW

Location

Directions

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Map reference: SN 201407  Lat: 52.03544 Long: -4.62413

From Cardigan/Ceredigion take the Tenby Road (A 478) and follow it for approximately 7 miles, going through the villages of Bridell, and Penybryn. At the next tiny village, Rhoshill, turn left at the crossroads to Cilgerran. Approximately half a mile along this road, just after Ty Rhos Farm (on the left) take the first turn to the right that is signposted to Rhosygilwen, this is a single track road with passing places. Go to the end of the road and through the gates of Rhosygilwen Mansion. The drive is itself about half a mile long.

From Carmarthen - follow the A40 towards Haverfordwest. Turn right onto the A478 a mile or so after passing through Llanddewi Velfrey.....go along A478 for approx 17 miles, and turn right in the village of Rhoshill (signposted to Cilgerran). After approximately .5 ml take the first right turn (signposted to Rhosygilwen) - a single track road with passing places - and go right to the end where you will see the Mansion gates. Go through, and down the drive - you will see the Hall on the left hand side with its own car park.Postcode for anyone using multimap or Streetmap is SA43 2TW

Parking: free