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18th-century Welsh gentry estate - with house, walled gardens and home farm

This rare example of a self-sufficient 18th-century Welsh minor gentry estate has survived virtually unaltered.

The villa, designed in the 1790s, is the most complete example of the early work of John Nash. It has its own service courtyard with dairy, laundry, brewery and salting house, and walled kitchen gardens (with all its produce for sale when in season).

The pleasure grounds and ornamental lake and parkland provide peaceful walks. The Home Farm complex has an impressive range of traditional, atmospheric outbuildings and is a working organic farm with Welsh Black cattle, Llanwenog sheep and rare Welsh pigs.

Rydym yn gweithio ar fersiynau Cymraeg o'r tudalennau hyn, felly gwyliwch allan amdanynt.

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Dogs

Only guide dogs are allowed into the property.

However, dogs on leads are welcome on the woodland and parkland walks.

For more information about our walks, please ask at the visitor building.

 

Upcoming events

From daily activities throughout the school half-term to guided walks, workshops and our special seasonal events, there is always something going on at Llanerchaeron.

 

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