History

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One family at Llanerchaeron

Llanerchaeron is a traditional rural estate that remained in the same family for ten generations. Discover who lived here and when, and how they shaped the Llanerchaeron we see today.

Llanerchaeron's John Nash villa

Take a look back at the villa from one of the surrounding paths

Take a look back at the villa from one of the surrounding paths

When commissioned to design a new house at Llanerchaeron in 1783, John Nash was a little know architect from London. He later became a great Regency architect, designing the Brighton Pavilion and Buckingham Palace. Find out more about his early career in Wales and his intriguing design features that make Llanerchaeron so special.

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