An 18th-century home, garden and estate telling the story of a family and their servants, just an hour's drive from Bodysgallen Hall
Sitting above the Clywedog river, not far from Wrexham, Erddig tells the 250-year story of a gentry family's relationship with its servants.
It houses a large collection of servant's portraits and carefully preserved rooms from the early 20th century, plus a cherished collection of fine furniture, textiles and wallpapers.
Outdoors is a fully restored 18th-century garden, with trained fruit trees, herbaceous borders, formal hedges and a nationally important collection of ivies.
The estate covers some 1200 acres which include a 'cup and saucer' cylindrical cascade and the earthworks of a Norman motte-and-bailey castle.