We are excited to be taking part in this year’s Open Doors Festival organised by Cadw. 

The Open Doors festival will run through the whole month of September and is the largest, free celebration of architecture and heritage in Wales and the largest volunteer event in the heritage sector. Known internationally as European Heritage Days, the aim of the festival is to encourage public access, enjoyment and participation in heritage. Wales will be one of 50 countries taking part in this popular annual event.

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.

As part of the festival, Abercamlais will be open on the following days:

Saturday 28th September

Sunday 29th September

This will be in addition to our regular opening days.

We look forward to welcoming you at Abercamlais!


Opening times: Tours will run on the hour from 11am, with the last tour being at 3pm.

Admission: Free as part of festival.

No photography is permitted in the house.

Parking is available.

Wheelchair access.

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.

Please see here for some photographs and testimonials from our popular tours.

To find out more about Open Doors events in Powys, or across Wales please see here (be sure to tick the Open Doors box).

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