COUNTRY HOUSES - MANOR HOUSES - STATELY HOMES : WALES
 
Regions of Wales
  • → [ Cadw ]

  • [For country houses, manor houses and palace locations contact the historic environment service of the Welsh Assembly Government]
    Cadw

    Anglesey
  • → [ Tre-Ysgawen Hall ]

  • [Built in 1882 as a grand Victorian country retreat, Tre-Ysgawen Hall has been described as 'Anglesey's hidden gem'. Set in acres of secluded landscaped gardens, meadow and woodland]
    Tre-Ysgawen Hall

    Clwyd
  • → [ Bodrhyddan Hall ]

  • [The first stone manor house was built here in about 1450 and traces of that building survive. However, the house was extensively altered in the 17th century and further reconstruction was undertaken in 1874. This 19th century work was cleverly blended into the earlier work by adopting the 'Queen Anne Revival' style – red brick]

    Ceredigion
  • → [ Nanteos Mansion ]

  • [A grade one listed Georgian Mansion, regarded as one of the most important estates in the county. Set in what is known locally as the valley of the nightingales, nestled at the bottom of the Cambrian Mountains and only a stone’s throw away from the spectacular Cardiganshire Coast and the University town of Aberystwyth]

    Conwy
  • → [ Gloddaeth Hall ]

  • [Sits within 30 acres of land on the outskirts of the Welsh coastal resort of Llandudno. Made up of a selection of building from the Tudor and later Victorian period, the estate was the ancestral home of the Mostyn family and is still owned today by the Mostyn’s. The estate now though is home to St David’s College]

    Denbighshire
  • → [ Crogen Estate ]

  • [A truly beautiful, peaceful estate in an area of outstanding natural beauty in North Wales, encompassing mountains, forests and the River Dee. It is a truly unique location, and yet only 3½ hours from Central London and 2 hours from Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool]

    Gwynedd
  • → [ Plas Gwynfryn Country House ]

  • [A privately owned spectacular Welsh country house, situated just half a mile from the picturesque village of Llanbedr. This makes it ideal not only as a location but also as a Unit Base, and has enough room to accommodate helicopter landings]

    Monmouthshire
  • → [ Caer Llan ]

  • [Built around the turn of the 18/19th century the main house is the result of constant expansion over the generations culminating in the structural additions made by Captain Henry Walters RN. Berm House, with its traditional castle-like appearance was added in 1988]

    Neath Port Talbot
  • → [ Margam Country Park ]

  • [The Parks historic core contains Margam Castle – a 19th Century Tudor Gothic Mansion, the Orangery - built in 1750 and is the longest in the UK and beautiful formal gardens]

    Pembrokeshire
  • → [ Boulston Manor ]

  • [A beautiful tree lined driveway sweeps its’ way to this Georgian Manor House set on an 400 acre estate. There are three beautifully appointed guest rooms, two doubles and a twin/triple room and The West Wing is a well presented ground floor annexe of the main house]
  • → [ Cresselly House ]

  • [A must see for period drama Productions as it offers a fantastic exterior with a fine stone facade built in 1770, is three stories high and is flanked by two storey wings added nearly one hundred years later]

    Powys
  • → [ Alexanderstone Manor ]

  • [Suitable for many types of Period Drama consisting of four properties, The Manor, The East Wing, The Coach House and The Cottage. Also provides accommodation for cast & Crew, together with ample places to park Unit Vehicles]
  • → [ Broneirion Conference and Residential Centre ]

  • [The house retains many of its original features such as its ornate fireplaces, oak panelling, chapel and stained glass, while providing modern conference facilities, comfortable surroundings and excellent home cooked food and 20 bedrooms]
  • → [ Buckland Hall ]

  • [Mansion with Georgian coach house]
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [An early Victorian country house, set in parkland alongside the river Tawe, in the Upper Swansea Valley in South Wales. It was built in the neo-gothic style in 1840. Turrets and pyramids shaped the walls of the roof. In 1878 the leading opera star Adelina Patti adding the North and South wings, the clock tower, conservatory, winter garden and theatre]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel
  • → [ Gregynog Hall ]

  • [An ancient house with a Victorian face. Situated far from any city yet at the heart of Welsh history, art and politics. Once a landed estate, now a university conference centre and available for Filming, the house is still at the heart of the local community]
  • → [ Mellington Hall Hotel ]

  • [A 17th Century revivalist style, Gothic Victorian Mansion set in 280 acres of Mature Gardens & tranquil parkland]
    Mellington Hall Hotel
  • → [ Tretower Court ]

  • [Restored courtyard house with origins in the fourteenth century. Has magnificent timberwork in the northern and western ranges, with later Classical-style windows dating to the 1630s]
    Cadw

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