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Historic House:Llanerchaeron

  • National Trust
  • WTTC SafeTravels



Historic House, £4.50-£9.90

SA48 8DG



The Llanerchaeron Estate near the coastal town of Aberaeron is managed by the National Trust. It is a traditional welsh estate with a villa, servants' quarters, stables, farm buildings and walled garden, set in a landscape which is both beautiful and productive.

For over three centuries the Llanerchaeron estate was home to ten generations of the same family. Each generation contributed to the estate as you see it today with a villa, servants' quarters, stables, farm buildings and walled garden, set in a landscape which is both beautiful and productive.

Llanerchaeron was purchased in 1634 by Llewellyn Parry, who could claim his lineage all the way back to the Welsh Princes. At this point the estate comprised of a small farmhouse with 500 acres of land, and a small formal garden, possibly the first in Wales. The estate would continue to grow over the following 100 years, with purchases of more land and an advantageous marriage to the Lewis family of the neighbouring estate at Ciliau Aeron.

The villa is a complete example of the early work of John Nash. John Nash was employed as the architect and work started in the 1790s to the house. It was transformed, under Nash’s vision, from a small farmhouse into the elegant Villa that we have today. It has its own service courtyard with dairy, laundry, brewery and salting house, giving a full 'upstairs, downstairs' experience.

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.

Within the walls you will find productive kitchen gardens, ancient fruit trees, remnants of horticultural technology spanning the lifetime of the garden, herbaceous borders and a wonderful herb garden.

The south facing walls were all heated by fire pits when first built and evidence of these remains as well as 2 beds heated by hypocausts which were used for fruit production. In the frame yard you will find a fire pit used to heat cold frames.

Along the south facing walls is a Victorian greenhouse heated by circulating hot water systems which remain in place though not now heated and also a gently decaying concrete greenhouse from the 1950s.

The Home Farm complex has an impressive range of traditional, atmospheric outbuildings. A working farm, there are Welsh Black cattle, Llanwenog sheep, and rare Welsh pigs as well as chickens, geese and doves.

Disabled access - Ground floor of Villa fully accessible - no access to other floors - grounds largely accessible.

National Trust Car Park with no street lighting and parking is free of charge

Baby changing facilitiesCoach parties acceptedCredit cards accepted (no fee)Disabled toiletsEducation/study areaFacilities for groupsFacilities for educational visitsGift shopNational Trust PropertyOn-site cateringOn-site light refreshmentsPicnic sitePublic toiletsRegional Tourist Board MemberWelcome HostWheelchairs availableAccepts groupsFacilities for conferencingElectric car charging point

Children welcomeMobility Accessibility FacilitiesDogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Smoking not allowed

Fast Charge EV charging point located in front of the visitor centre. Single phase supply using Type 2 Mennekes socket.

Opening details

The house, gardens, farmyard, lake, second-hand bookshop & Conti’s cafe (outdoor seating and takeaway) are open from Wednesday to Sunday each week (Please note last entry is at 3:30pm).
Please see website for further information.


2022 Whole Property Gift Aid prices (Standard in brackets)
Adult: £9.90 (£9.00)
Child: £5.00 (£4.50)
Family: £24.80 (£22.50)
1 adult, 2 children: £15.00 (£13.50)
Group Adult Minimum group size 15 (Standard Price Only £8.00)
Group Child Minimum group size 15 (Standard Price Only £4.00)


SA48 8DG


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Map reference: SN 479601  Lat: 52.21805 Long: -4.22788

2.5 miles east of Aberaeron off A482.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 18 miles from Aberystwyth station


  • Baby changing facilitiesBaby changing facilities
  • Coach parties acceptedCoach parties accepted
  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)Credit cards accepted (no fee)
  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
  • Education/study areaEducation/study area
  • Facilities for groupsFacilities for groups
  • Facilities for educational visitsFacilities for educational visits
  • Gift shopGift shop
  • National Trust PropertyNational Trust Property
  • On-site cateringOn-site catering
  • On-site light refreshmentsOn-site light refreshments
  • Picnic sitePicnic site
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Regional Tourist Board MemberRegional Tourist Board Member
  • Welcome HostWelcome Host
  • Wheelchairs availableWheelchairs available
  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
  • Facilities for conferencingFacilities for conferencing
  • Electric car charging pointElectric car charging point
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Mobility Accessibility FacilitiesMobility Accessibility Facilities
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  • Smoking not allowedSmoking not allowed

Fast Charge EV charging point located in front of the visitor centre. Single phase supply using Type 2 Mennekes socket.