A Stunning Family Home and Tourist Attraction
Set is several acres of stunning formal gardens and reclaimed woodland, Bodrhyddan Hall is one of the few remaining family-owned stately homes in Wales.
The house, largely of 17th-century design boasts notable Victorian additions. The 1874 remodel was designed by renowned architect, William Eden Nesfield. As well as historical artwork, antique furniture and an impressive collection of arms and armour, Bodrhyddan is home to a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy and sarcophagus.
The twelve acres of sprawling gardens were laid out by William Andrew Nesfield, at the same time as the house renovations. The gardens were almost lost until being reclaimed in the 1970’s & 80’s. They range from the formal lawns and yew topiary, the lily-filled ponds in the pleasance and the wilds of the Woodland Walks.
We’re pleased to offer educational and entertaining guided tours of Bodrhyddan Hall and its beautiful gardens between June and September, offering visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the splendour of this stunning stately home.
Much more than a tourist destination, Bodrhyddan Hall is also one of the most highly sought-after wedding venues for happy couples throughout North Wales and beyond. Picturesque gardens and exclusive availability makes this the ideal venue for a meaningful celebration of love.
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