An elegant Georgian villa, designed by architect John Nash in 1790, complete with a walled garden, farmyard lake and wild parkland. Remarkably unaltered for over 200 years.


Things to see and do

Upcoming events

Wild Wednesdays

Wed 17 Aug 2022
Join us this summer for a variety of activities in nature amongst the beautiful landscape of Llanerchaeron.

Parkrun at Llanerchaeron

Sat 20 Aug 2022
Are you a Parkrun runner? Llanerchaeron hosts parkrun at 9am sharp, every Saturday morning. Take in some stunning views whilst running the route, meet new people and have fun!

John Nash villa at Llanerchaeron

When commissioned to design a new house at Llanerchaeron in 1783, John Nash was a little known architect from London. He later established his reputation as a great Regency architect responsible for designing the Royal pavilion in Brighton and Buckingham palace.

The Walled Garden at Llanerchaeron

The Walled Garden of Llanerchaeron 

Built in the late 18th century the walled gardens at Llanerchaeron have been producing fruit and vegetables for over 200 years. Originally a high tech hive of Georgian industry the gardens have a much more romantic and dreamy feeling about them today.

Farm buildings at Llanerchaeron, Ceredigion

The farm at Llanerchaeron 

Visit the farm at Llanerchaeron to see how it was designed to supply all its own needs and how we continue farming today with our Llanwenog sheep and Welsh pigs.



Spring blooms at Llanerchaeron's Visitor Centre

Conti's café at Llanerchaeron 

What’s on offer at Conti’s café in Llanerchaeron? A perfect place to enjoy a bite to eat during your visit.




Nature friendly farming at Llanerchaeron

200 years ago, Llanerchaeron in Ceredigion was farmed using traditional methods to manage the land, which supported a mixture of diverse crops, livestock and nature. Today, along with our tenant farmer and grazier we're borrowing from this approach to help nature thrive, heal climate harm and enable the land and farm to cope with the challenges of a changing climate and uncertain world.




Places to stay

Pontbrenmydyr is a 17th century cottage on the edge of the Llanerchaeron parkland in Ceredigion

Holiday cottages in Ceredigion 

Make your visit to Ceredigion special with one of our traditional Welsh cottages. We have romantic cottages situated next to the Aeron river and a converted farmhouse a few minutes walk from the Ceredigion coastal path. So whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a family adventure we have the ideal holiday home for you.


Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Llanerchaeron on the National Trust Collections website