An elegant Georgian villa, designed by architect John Nash, walled gardens, farmyard and lake, set in the wooded Aeron valley. Remarkably unaltered for over 200 years.
For over three and a half centuries, Llanerchaeron was the family home to ten generations of Lewis/Lewes family.
Llanerchaeron owes its survival, as an intact Nash estate, largely due to the role and actions of certain women who made the estate their home.
As an antiques collector living in London during the last century Pamela Ward amassed an eclectic collection of over five thousand artifacts of 'little things she liked'.
Located just off the farm yard, the Geler Jones collection is a treasure trove of early 20th century agricultural and domestic machinery.
Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Llanerchaeron on the National Trust Collections website