Enjoy a bird's eye view of Erddig
Discover breathtaking footage of Erddig from the air with these stunning new images of the house and wider estate.
A haven of natural beauty and modern sanctuary for wellbeing, Erddig's 485-hectare (1,200-acre) pleasure park, designed by Williams Emes has been captured for everyone to enjoy. At it's heart, above the River Clywedog, is Erddig Hall - an unexpected survivor, rescued from dereliction in the 1970s.
Erddig welcomes walkers (and their four-legged friends), beginner runners, Nordic walkers and those seeking a natural boost in the great outdoors with hundreds of Parkrun visitors joining us every Saturday morning. An active community of volunteers support this work, including the wellbeing activities and garden at Felin Puleston Countryside Centre.
Discover the story of a family's unique relationship with its servants - a large collection of servants' portraits and carefully preserved rooms capture their lives across the generations. Outdoors, relax in a restored 18th-century walled garden with tranquil water features, trained fruit trees and apple orchards growing over 180 varieties.
Click on the link in the photo above to watch the film.