Group and Conference Bookings at Nicholaston House
Conference Facilities include: conference rooms with audio-visual equipment and seating for up to 60 people, accommodation for up to 27 people (based on shared occupancy), a conservatory overlooking the magnificent sweep of Oxwich Bay, games including table tennis, art and craft studio, prayer room, bookstall and lounge with TV.
Catering options are available to suit a range of requirements. All meals are home-made and are freshly prepared by a dedicated catering team. Vegetarian, vegan, as well as special dietary meals such as gluten- and dairy-free, are available to order upon request. All catered conference options include tea and coffee during the day.
A minimum charge of 15 persons applies to conference room hire. For smaller groups requiring space, our art room, conservatory and dining room are suitable for small groups and meetings with tea/coffee, sandwich lunch and afternoon tea options available upon request.
In keeping with our Basis of Faith, and as a residential Christian retreat and conference centre with a residential Christian community at its core, we would expect all church groups, Christian organisations, and any other guests to be in sympathy with the Christian ethos of Nicholaston House, even if they are not practising Christians themselves. We reserve the right to refuse any booking which may be incompatible with the Christian ethos of Nicholaston House. Find out more at: Organisational Structure of Nicholaston House and Nicholaston House - Terms and Conditions of Booking
Day groups (10am-4pm) from £16/person
*Weekend groups (4pm Friday - 4pm Sunday) from £176/person (full-board, based on 21+ persons)
Mid-week groups (4pm Monday - 10am Friday) POA (minimum stay is 2 nights)
*Long-weekends (Thursday- Sunday or Friday - Monday) may be possible subect to availability.
Rates include VAT.
All facilities / occupancy levels are subject to COVID-19 restrictions.
‘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.