The Welsh minor gentry estate at Llanerchaeron which has been around since the 18th century is a rare example of a building which has been able to survive virtually unaltered.
The Villa was developed during the 1790s and is an example of one of the early work of John Nash.
Farm and garden produce on sale at the reception
Shop selling cards, gifts, books and local produce
Tours available - please contact first
Baby-changing and feeding facilities
Hip-carrying infant seats available to loan
Mobility parking at main carp ark
Mobility toilet at visitor building
Disabled access available on the ground floor of the Villa
Monday - Sunday: 10:30 - 17:00
Admission prices varies, for a list of all of the prices, click here