Nice grounds, great playground for children, cafe is good and serves good coffee and snack food. There's a souvenir shop and the staff, who are volunteers, are generally very friendly and knowledgable. On hot days it's very busy indeed.
Yet another gem in the Crown of the National Trust. Worth a visit just to see the house and grounds. Two pools in the garden stocked with Koi Carp, of different sizes. Plenty of space for youngsters to run off excess energy. Cafe on site equipped with a lift so access available to those who can't manage steps.
We have been visiting a few times and always find each visit a great reminder of "days of old". It is worth allowing a few hours to enjoy the fascinating look at the marvellous of how life was like in times gone by. I can certainly recommend a visit to the fabulous gardens with all its colourful display of flowers... 更多
Visited on a sunny day - three walks of different durations available around the park. The house was interesting to walk around although not as sumptuous as some stately homes we have visited. A lovely touch were deckchairs scattered around the grounds and there was also plenty of seating everywhere. There is a lovely garden cafe and a restaurant. The... 更多
I live in the Wrexham area and took my 2 daughters to Erddig Hall for the first time in a while. Its an amazing place. The Hall is so interesting, the rooms give a glimpse into what life was like back in the 1900's, with the servants quarters and family rooms all preserved with the original furnishings. The staff at... 更多
The house and garden are very interesting but it is better to visit at less busy times. The garden is interesting throughout the year and cafe sells wonderful scones as well as other good food.