Bodrhyddan Hall is a Grade I listed building and has been the home of Lord Langford and his family for over 500 years. Set in several acres of stunning formal gardens and reclaimed woodland, the house is one of the few remaining family-owned stately homes in Wales.
Bodrhyddan is largely of 17th century design with notable Victorian additions and contains an extensive historical collection. Notable examples include arms & armour, a variety of fine art and portraits, and a 3,000 year old Egyptian mummy & Sarcophagus.
Famed architect William E. Nesfield oversaw major renovations in the 1870’s which results in the facade that you see today. Our collection includes Notable pieces from across Imperial Europe and North Africa to the New World and Pacific Islands.
The gardens cover some eight acres of land, including the formal parterre, flowing lawns and the extensive pleasance. The Woodland Walk area was reclaimed in the early 2000’s. The grounds are home to dozens of species of birds, amphibians and mammals.
Tea, coffee & cream cakes are available from our tea rooms. A collection of postcards, historical books and interactive guides for the gardens are also available for purchase.
Opening & Admission
Bodrhyddan Hall is open to the public Between 14:00-17:00; Tuesdays & Thursdays, June-September, with tours starting at 14.00pm and then every half hour until 16:00. The Guided Tour takes approximately 90 minutes and costs £7 for adults, while children are £4. We will open at almost any time of year with prior notice for parties of 30 or more which must be booked at least one month in advance. Unfortunately, the house and grounds have limited disabled access.