“The estate includes a National Nature Reserve and we’re working towards being plastic free, so giant knitted cobwebs are ideal.
“If you fancy having a go at creating your own cobwebs for the trail, there are plenty of great ideas on YouTube and they are fun to make. Just drop them in to the café and we can include them in our spooky trail.”
There is no need to book in advance, but Lydia advises visitors to keep an eye on the weather and to remember their wellies. She says there will be lots of surprises along the route including plenty of pumpkins and face painting in the Painting Shed alongside Gregynog’s lily pond.
It costs £2.50 to park at Gregynog, with the money going towards keeping the hall’s 750 acres of grounds open to everyone all year round.
Run by a charitable trust, Gregynog’s events programme, café and weddings all help to support the maintenance of the picturesque historic house and estate. For more detail see www.gregynog.org.
Gregynog Hall is a member of MWT Cymru (Mid Wales Tourism), an independent organisation with 600 tourism and hospitality business members across Powys, Ceredigion and Southern Snowdonia.
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