Set in a beautiful 90 acre park, Tredegar House is one of the best examples of a 17th century Charles II mansion in Britain. The earliest surviving part of the building dates back to the early 1500’s. Follow the link to find out more about the history of Tredegar House. Visitors can discover what life was like for those who lived above and below stairs by touring the impressive state rooms and the intriguing servants’ quarters. You can see and hear more about Tredegar House on our video clips page. Continue reading
Recently restored, this fine example of an Iron master’s residence and parkland that includes one of the few remaining Ice Houses in Wales. Amongst its many period features are a leafy grotto, arboretum, block of coal exhibited at the 1851 Great Exhibition, Long Shelter and Bandstand. Newly opened tearooms serve delicious meals. Continue reading
The focus of the 340-acre country park is a 36-acre lake surrounded by woodland and meadows. The Countryside Centre hosts the Lakeside licensed restaurant. The park is a base for adventure activities, has numerous cycling routes and hire, golf facilities. a caravan and campsite, picnic areas, playground, orienteering courses and nature trails.