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We had a glorious afternoon at Plas Newydd. Although it is quite a small manor house, it is steeped in history of the "Ladies of Llangollen" and the oak panelled rooms are quite spectacular.
Our guide was informative and very helpful. He showed slides and...More
Plass Newydd is a hidden gem. I've meant to visit it on many stays in the area, but only managed to get there this summer. The history of the house and the ;ladies of Llangollen' is fascinating and the architecture and interior design of the...More
No amount of research prepares you for the sheer delight of this house and gardens. Every room has a fresh surprise in store and you don't feel pressured by the volunteers and staff who are there to answer questions. The whole place is welcoming and,...More
Check out the history before visiting this lovely place.....fascinating.
Well worth a visit.
Lovely house and garden/grounds.
Limited parking,best to visit weekdays,can imagine very busy at weekends.
Super cafe,friendly caring staff.
Lovely place to visit in Llangollen. Hidden away above the town. The gardens are lovely to roam and it it is rather magical walking alongside the little river that flows through and below the stone bridges.
Interesting house with a story to tell. Makes you think about how pre-conceptions about the past may be wrong. In this case that life has always been a bit more complicated than our assumptions about Victorian values may suggest. Loved the carvings and decoration. Wish...More
A really interesting house set in a beautiful setting. We went on a red squirrel walk with a guide who was really informative. We were lucky enough to see several squirrels during the day, a first for both of us!
Reasonable walk from llangollen Town to the estate. £6 entry which I thought was very reasonable. A beautiful neogothic interior with a wonderful story of two "great friends" the Ladies of Llangollen. A good walk outside in a wood with a stone circle just outside...More
Great place to visit if you are in the area. A very different house, with many rooms panelled with Jacobean carvings pieced together in a type of 3D jigsaw assembled by the original owners, the two Ladies of Llangollen. The downstairs rooms are fairly easily...More