Poundstock Gildhouse

Poundstock GildhouseFor nearly 500 years, Poundstock Gildhouse has nestled in a quiet valley a few miles south of Bude in the stunning countryside of North Cornwall. Built during the reign of Henry VIII to serve the parish of Poundstock as a feasting and village hall, it has been in continuous use since then, including as a school and poor-house in the intervening centuries, until returning to its original role in the 20th century.

Poundstock Gildhouse is open to visitors every Wednesday (10.00 - 16.00)  from Easter until the end of October, entry is free. 

 

 

Hiring the Gildhouse

The Gildhouse is available for hire, it makes a splendid location for a special birthday party or wedding reception, it is possible to arrange for a marquee to be erected in the churchyard next to the Gildhouse.

For more details see the Gildhouse website