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A Place for all Occasions

Welcome to the Summer season!

We are open throughout the Summer season (closed Mondays including Bank Holidays).

Weekend tours will take place at set times. Tours will be available at 10am or 11:30am. 1.45pm and 3:15pm (last entry). These will be guided tours only and wandering will not be allowed.

 Special ghost events with our partners take place throughout the year. Please see our ‘What’s On’ page for more details. The main season for Ghost Tours is October, November and December. Please note that pre-booking is essential, as admission numbers are limited.

To avoid disappointment, please call in advance for the latest admission information.
Please contact us on 01443 412248 or email us via our Contact Page to confirm timings and make bookings.

We apologise for any inconvenience but we are having issues with our answerphone and are currently unable to pick up messages.

We continue to follow Welsh Government guidelines. Please do not visit if you have any symptoms of COVID19.

Llancaiach Fawr Manor is a Grade 1 listed building built in the mid 16th century. For important accessibilty information, please see here.

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The Manor in the Media

See our presence on the screen both big and small. Links to various media appearances of Llancaiach Fawr, and see our series of ‘Life in the Manor’ short films on YouTube, made during the lockdowns.

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Educational Visits

Why not try our historical interpreter-led educational visits 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.

We look forward to the Ghost Tour season in autumn 2024!

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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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    “I popped in here this afternoon with my children 8 and 6 on the way back from Mountain Ash. I haven’t been to Llancaiach Fawr since I was in school. It is so much better than I remembered! It was an excellent afternoon, all staff were so interesting and knowledgeable the children listened and sat through a lot of information. I just wanted to drop a line to say thank you. I was trying to avoid the shops and busy holiday things and I am so pleased we called in. Diolch!”

    “Last Thursday, I and some family friends from England spent some time at the Manor House and I would like to say how much we enjoyed the whole experience including the excellent tour guides who were both informative and fascinating to both converse with and listen to. Most importantly as someone of limited mobility (I rely on a mobility walker) I was most appreciative of the thought and effort that has been put into maximising accessibility without compromising the historic nature of the building. The tour guides were so helpful as well. A benchmark for so many other attractions to emulate. Well done!- Lewis Chamberlain