We are delighted to announce that the house and gardens will re-open to the public from May until September 2021. Please see below for a full list of dates.
Take a tour of the house and gardens and hear the fascinating history of the people who have lived and worked at Abercamlais through the ages.
Parties may be shown round the house and grounds by a member of the family.
Opening times: 10am to 4pm
The tour lasts for about 2 hours.
No photography is permitted in the house.
Admission – Adult: £7.50, Child: Free
Parking is available.
Dogs welcome but must be kept on leads.
If you have any further enquiries please contact us by phone (077899 30064) or use the contact form.
OPEN DAYS FOR 2021:
Saturday 29th May
Monday 31st May (Bank Holiday)
Tuesday 1st June
Wednesday 2nd June
Thursday 3rd June
Friday 4th June
Saturday 5th June
Monday 7th June
Tuesday 8th June
Wednesday 9th June
Thursday 10th June
Friday 11th June
Saturday 12th June
Friday 18th June
Saturday 19th June
Saturday 21st August
Monday 23rd August
Tuesday 24th August
Wednesday 25th August
Saturday 28th August
Monday 30th August (Bank Holiday)
Friday 3rd September
Saturday 4th September
Friday 10th September
Saturday 11th September
We look forward to meeting you!
‘Thank you so much for organising such interesting tours…We found it all fascinating!’
‘We all so much enjoyed our day.’
‘Thank you for a brilliant visit on Thursday, we all really enjoyed ourselves. You spoke very clearly and everyone could hear. The history of your family and properties was extremely interesting. The quality of your renovation is first class. I thought the view over the river was wonderful, if I lived there I would spend many hours just looking.’
‘So amazed by the beautiful setting and the hall was so interesting! I loved the kitchen garden area, I can see that in the future it will be lovely.’
‘A most interesting visit! The ceilings are so impressive; also the model ships. The Lost Gardens of Abercamlais! Look forward to returning to see the results of your labours.’
‘Breathtaking. And the house and estate I can see are in safe and caring hands. Well done.’
‘Wonderful pace and location. So lovely to see the enthusiasm and hard work going on to restore to former glory.’
‘Fascinating to see the potential and how well cared for the house is.’
‘A lovely welcome and what an interesting talk – beautiful house and gardens.’
‘A brave project, well-handled and a beautiful setting. Good luck.’
‘What an undertaking! And so beautifully done! Can’t wait to see “fait accompli”’
‘Really enjoyed the visit. Look forward to seeing it ‘grow.’ Good luck.’
‘Would enjoy a week here – beautiful setting.’
‘Very interesting. Lovely place.’
‘So interesting. Will be back in 20 years.’
‘Lovely location, outbuildings and house.’
'Splendid Grade I mansion dating from 16th Century, altered extensively in early 18th Century with 19th Century additions, in extensive grounds beside the river Usk. Beautiful octagonal pigeon house, formerly a privy.' (2017)
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