Christmas at Llanerchaeron

Christmas decorations at Llanerchaeron

Christmas doesn't have to be all about tinsel, brussle sprouts and hordes of busy shoppers. Get into the festive spirit and escape the high street with our annual Christmas fair or sign up to one of our wreath making workshops.

Christmas Fayre

3rd & 4th December 11am - 4pm

£4 per adult NT members free

Soak up the magic of the festive season and enjoy a great day shopping at our annual Christmas Fair. Join us for a weekend of mince pies, mulled wine and over 70 local food and craft stalls. The house will be decorated for Christmas and there will be a visit from Father Christmas and a treasure hunt for the children.

Wreath making workshops

6th December 11.30am - 2.30pm

8th December 2pm & 4.30pm

Begin the countdown to Christmas by making your very own festive wreath with greenery from the Llanerchaeron gardens. The price is £15 and includes all materials as well as a hot drink and mince pie. 

Booking is essential. If you would like to book a place on this workshop please call 01545 573022 or email

Our National Trust Shop

Looking for the perfect Christmas gift?  Our National Trust shop has a festive range of locally sourced and National Trust branded Christmas gifts, elegant decorations and luxury Christmas food. You’ll find Christmas gifts for the whole family as well as something for yourself!

Woodland walks

Wrap up warm, pull on your boots and experience the woodland at its most wild and wintry. With 4 different walks to choose from including one that is wheelchair and pushchairs friendly, what better way to beat the winter blues and get outdoors? Pick up one of our leaflets at the visitor building for more information.

All our woodland paths are dog friendly but please remember that not everyone likes dogs! To help us stay dog friendly whilst considering all our visitors please remember to keep your dog on a lead and pick up after your pooch. It can be tempting to leave bags in our hedges and under bushes too but please don't! Take a moment to think of the poor outdoor team who regularly maintain these areas with a strimmer...