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A Place for all Occasions

PLEASE NOTE- Pre-booking is currently still required for manor tours. Please contact us on 01443 412248 or use our contact form to make your booking.

Watch our ‘Life in the Manor’ short films

The way in which we deal with uncertainty in modern day life is really not that different to life in 1645. Although 355 years ago life was different in so many ways, the foundation of life remains the same. We still face disease and we still live in a world where politics control us. So, what was it like for folk in 1645 to deal with adversity?

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Online Educational Visits

Why not try our interactive educational visit with your school or college class?

We are proud holders of the Sandford Award for Excellence in Heritage Education in recognition of our work with schools across the country.

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Manor House & Tours

Our guided tours provide a first person interactive experience for all ages.  Step back in time and explore Llancaiach Fawr with the servants of Colonel Edward Prichard. Pre-booking is currently still required.

Ghost Tour season starts at the end of October and runs until February. Prepare to be spooked!

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Weddings at Llancaiach Fawr

Llancaiach Fawr is the ideal location for your special day. It sits overlooking the peaceful surroundings of the Rhymney Valley, within 20 acres of attractive grounds.

The grade 1 listed historic Manor was built in the mid 16th century and has been restored to its former glory with its interiors furnished and recreated as the 17th century home of Edward Prichard.

We want to make your day memorable and therefore take only one booking per day to ensure that you receive our undivided attention.

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    Group Visits to Llancaiach Fawr

    Enjoy a range of group visit experiences at Llancaiach Fawr Manor

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