Rooms and Rates

The Quaker Meeting House is located just outside Swansea's main city centre. The house dates back to 1858 and is the only surviving property of it type in the area, hence its Grade II listing.

Meeting Room

The Meeting Room is the heart of the Meeting House.

A large 'L' shaped room with space for up to 54 people, the meeting room overlooks our front garden which is laid to lawn with a border of flowers and small trees and three raised beds overlooking St. Helens Road. Access to the garden is through a set of French windows. The large bay window also overlooks the garden. There is another large window that overlooks the flower border that runs alongside Page Street. The floor is newly-laid wooden laminate which is part of the planned redecoration plan for the meeting room.

There are a number of tables that can be used for various purposes along with a number of meeting room-style chairs and classroom, stacking-type, seating.

Hire is from 15 per hour. (Minimum 1½ hour booking.)


This room houses some of our meeting's books. A medium-sized, square room that overlooks the Meeting House patio that runs alongside Page Street. The Library seats up to 18.

The room is carpeted and has classroom-style stacking seating and two large, wooden tables. The patio, with its large honeysuckle tree, is accessed from a set of half-shuttered French windows which, when the front gates are opened, is completely self-contained.

Hire is from 8 per hour. (Minimum 1½ hour booking.)

John ap John

The John ap John room is named after the man who is thought of as the first Welsh Quaker and is the smallest of all the rooms available for hire in the Meeting House.

Fully carpeted with a mixture of low-style armchairs and classroom-style stacking chairs to accommodate up to 16 people, the John ap John room is perfect for small, talk and sharing style groups or as a "break-out room" for larger groups using the Meeting Room.

Hire is from 8 per hour. (Minimum 1½ hour booking.)