What's on at Llanerchaeron

The house, gardens, farmyard, lake, second-hand bookshop & Conti’s Café (outdoor seating & takeaway) are open from Wednesday to Sunday each week. We have removed the booking system, there is no need to pre-book before visiting. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Llanerchaeron.

What's open?

The house, gardens, farmyard, lake, second-hand bookshop & Conti’s Café (outdoor seating & takeaway) are open from Wednesday to Sunday each week. From Saturday 6 November we’re open weekends only in the gardens, farmyard, lake and second-hand bookshop (the house is closed until spring).

Do I need to book?

We have removed the booking system, there is no need to pre-book to visit Llanerchaeron.

Visiting the house

We are spacing people out as they visit the house, if it's busy or when we first open in the morning, you may experience a short delay before entering the house.

Do I need to bring a face covering?

Yes please, it is still a requirement according to Welsh Government Regulations to wear face coverings in enclosed spaces in Wales.

Can I bring my dog?

Until the end of October, we’re unable to allow dogs into the main site (which includes the house, gardens, farmyard and lake). From 6 November we’ll be making changes which will allow dogs into the site (gardens, pleasure grounds and lake) the farmyard and house remain as no dog areas. We look forward to welcoming your dogs for the first time to Llanerchaeron. They’re also always welcome in the car park and adjoining woodland walks. Assistance dogs only on the main site until 31 October, and in the house and farmyard from 6 November.