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All reviews national trust yorke family nt property wolf's den servants quarters interesting house well worth a visit formal gardens gardens are beautiful apple festival nt members country house tea garden the main house upstairs downstairs shire horses guided tour
The fiancé and I popped here on a Saturday afternoon recently. It was very pleasant and worth a visit. The house was timed entry but once in you could take your time looking round. There were information books in each room and staff on hand...More
We decided to visit Chirk Castle and Erddig in one day. Quite a long journey for us, so wanted to fit in as much as possible. We did not see any horses which I was quite disappointed about.
I think I read that the collection...More
I checked the website, last night for the opening times, arrived there today after travelling 30 miles only to find it was closed because of the wind! The wind has been forecast for a week and you make the descision to close on the morning!...More
We visited this location on a short trip to Wales. We were not disappointed we arrived before the rain and had a look around the gardens and pleased to see that they have 140+ types of Apple.
The flower garden at the back of the...More
Have been today with my wife.Slightly miserable weather but still found the gardens nice to walk round with still alot of flowers in bloom. Gardens are lovely and well worth a visit.House is full of interesting items and plenty of staff around to help if...More
A well planned visit around a home that had been remodelled many times. We were supplied with a wheelchair which was needed because of the size of the site. It was very clever to have the final exit at the front of the property so...More
Lovely place love walking around National Trust places and I love old buildings it’s like stepping back in time. The grounds/gardens are beautiful and the house is breathtaking. Staff are really informative. We fell in love with Jim the horse and John he was the...More
Well worth the visit .Popped in on our way home .Plenty to see there .Informative staff very helpful ,happened to be there when they were selling apples ! Must call again soon .the castle full of history ,to read al the info you need to...More
Decided to have a day out to Erdidig although quite a way to travel for us. The house is very interesting and larger than we expected. The grounds are very well kept and an absolute joy to walk round as was one of the several...More
Apparently the property had the second highest number of artefacts of any National Trust property, as the childless owner never threw anything away before donating house and goods. Good house tour but quite dark due to the need to protect the interior - excellent gardens...More
Response from ErddigNT | Property representative |
We don't allow dogs in our Grade I listed garden sorry, but we do allow dogs on leads on the wider 1,200-acre estate. They are allowed through the ticket office and Timber Yard to the tea garden and Midden Yard... More
We don't allow dogs in our Grade I listed garden sorry, but we do allow dogs on leads on the wider 1,200-acre estate. They are allowed through the ticket office and Timber Yard to the tea garden and Midden Yard too. Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the property. Full details are available on our website.