Home Farm & pleasure grounds

Home Farm

Explore the pig sties at Llanerchaeron Home Farm © Arnhel de Serra

Explore the pig sties at Llanerchaeron Home Farm

Home Farm at Llanerchaeron was designed with efficiency in mind. Today it's been restored to its former glory and is used as a working farm.
 

The Geler Jones collection

Call by on one of our open days to see this steam engine in working order © National Trust

Call by on one of our open days to see this steam engine in working order

The wonderful collection of Geler Jones is the lifetime work of Geler and Mair Jones. Together they collected artefacts, large and small, that played a part in daily life in rural Wales. Today, the collection is an important part of the story of Llanerchaeron.

The lake at Llanerchaeron

The lake is the perfect place to find some peace and quiet © Janet Baxter

The lake is the perfect place to find some peace and quiet

Hidden away from everything, discover the tranquil lake at Llanerchaeron. Busy with wildlife, take some time to sit back, relax and watch the world go by.

Go for a walk

A family enjoying a walk on the Felbrigg Estate

Download one of our walks, suitable for all abilities, and discover the estate and Aeron Valley.

Villa walk

Home Farm walk

Church walk

Wig Wen walk

Llaethlliw walk

The carpenter and gamekeeper

Carpenter Keith Jones sharpening a saw in his workshop at Llanerchaeron © Ian Shaw

The carpenter is just as important a part of the running of the estate now as he ever was. Find out how his work has changed and about another important character, the gamekeeper.

Hunting at Llanerchaeron

The Llanerchaeron hounds © unknown

Hunting at Llanerchaeron was an important event on the local social calendar until the middle of the 20th century.

The rickyard and threshing barn

All ages can explore Home Farm at Llanerchaeron © Arnhel de Serra

One of the busiest and most important areas of the farm during harvest time was the rickyard and threshing barn. Find out why it played an important part in feeding everyone.

Spring highlights

  • Call by the farm and you might see some new little piglets © Janet Baxter

    Pigs and piglets

    Stop by the pigsties as you explore the farm to see the pigs and maybe some new piglets.

  • Call by the farm and you might see some new little piglets © Janet Baxter

    Spring lambs

    Keep an eye out for some new spring lambs. You might see them playing in the fields.

  • Ruby Red Devon cattle © Sharon Ford

    Milk the cow

    Get your hands dirty and have a go at milking one of our resident cows in the milking shed.

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