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Visited this place as it was a National Trust property. It was well worth it. The Hall and grounds were terrific as were the staff with their warm welcome, help and advice on our arrival. There are some great parkland walks, be amazed at the...More
A beautiful home full of interesting history. Quite dark inside due to protecting all the historical items in there and stairways to climb inside the house so need to be able to climb stairs. Fascinating history inside the house and gardens are beautiful. Staff are...More
Just a short visit and would have liked it to be longer in order to take advantage of the lovely walks around the place. Gardens well laid out and very attractive at this time of year with the tulips and spring flowers.
Enjoyed Under Stairs tour.Lovely jacket potato for lunch although restaurant so busy we struggled to get a seat to eat it.House so dark you could barely see anything which ruined the experience.I understand why light needs to be reduced but if you cant read or...More
We visited Erddig - house and gardens and were really looking forward to seeing the house again as we'd seen it a number of years ago. The national trust's policy at Erddig re the control of light levels made it just about impossible to see...More
Decided to visit Erddig NT today before we see out friends in Wrexham for afternoon tea. Arrive at Erddig around 12pm and we had a wonder around the grounds before the house was due to open at 12.30pm. Lovely gardens and courtyard with horses in...More
Absolutely stunned by the variety of walks here, so much so that we have been back twice after our visit last Monday.
Woodland, parkland, riverside and gardens. Something for everyone to enjoy.
So looking forwards to taking the grandchildren for the exploring and, of course,...More
We enjoyed our trip here and will return in future. We didn't get chance to go into the house because you have to leave the pram in the foyer and our little one was asleep. I can understand why this is given the age of...More
The house and gardens were fantastic, my only reservation was 'the way in'. The entrance through the servants quarters was strange, although, the photos of the servants on the walls was refreshing, they were really appreciated by the family. After going through the house which...More
Response from ErddigNT | Property representative |
We don't allow dogs in our Grade I listed garden sorry, but we do allow dogs on leads on the wider 1,200-acre estate. They are allowed through the ticket office and Timber Yard to the tea garden and Midden Yard... More
We don't allow dogs in our Grade I listed garden sorry, but we do allow dogs on leads on the wider 1,200-acre estate. They are allowed through the ticket office and Timber Yard to the tea garden and Midden Yard too. Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the property. Full details are available on our website.