The Art, Craft and Meeting Room at Nicholaston House
The art, craft and meeting room at Nicholaston House is small adaptable space used for art, craft and small group meetings. The room is located toward the rear of the House with limited views of the Bryn.
Art and Craft Space/Resources
The art and craft space at Nicholaston House is a warm and welcoming space for creativity - suitable for both the inexperienced and seasoned artists alike.
Although the space is generally available for residential guests to access during their stay, it may also be possible for the space to be booked for one-off use by non-residential groups. The space comfortably seats 10 people for art/craft work and can be used for group work or for use on an individual basis.
Led themed craft activities are available on some retreats, aiming to provide an additional means of expression. The ethos aims to be a very relaxed, allowing for unhurried recreation and reflection.
Guests are very welcome to bring their own projects/materials for use during their residential stay at Nicholaston House, or use some of the basic stock available (donations welcome for such use):
- papers (sketch and watercolour)
- paints (acrylic and water colour)
- card-making crafts
- adhesives (non solvent)
- collage-making materials
Please ask staff during your staff for access to the room and for any assistance required.
Small Group Meetings
The space is suitable for small meetings with space for up to 10-15 people (depending on room layout requirements).
- Refreshments and catering available
- Car parking
- Wi-Fi access
- Flipchart and pens
- LCD projector
To enquire about booking the room, please contact the House on (01792) 371317
‘God’s House’ is a detailed account of how Nicholaston House came into existence by the man who had the vision and was given instruction direct from God.
In 1990 God unmistakably led Sue and Derrick Hancock to Swansea to see a vision fulfilled which God had given them some years previously. The booklet (A5, 53 pages, colour) gives a brief factual account of what God did and is doing. It has been written for two reasons - to give glory to God and to show what very ordinary people can do when they step out in faith with God. 'All that we have accomplished, You have done for us' - Isaiah 26 v 12.