A National Trust property, Erddig Hall is an early 18th-century country house reflecting the upstairs-downstairs life of a gentry family over 250 years.
Set in a 1,200 acre (485 hectare) country park, wander around the landscaped surroundings‚ and walled garden while taking in the stables, sawmill and joiner’s shop located in the grounds.
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Erddig’s upstairs area is filled with textiles, wallpaper and furniture while downstairs boasts a collection of servants’ portraits. In fact, the story of the estate focuses largely on the relationships of the Yorke family who lived there for 240 years, their servants and the local community.
For a family day out, there’s tons to see and do. Explore the house on the‚ children’s trail then follow the garden tree trail around the formal gardens. Full of energy? Let‚ off steam in Wolf’s Den where the children can build a den and go rope swinging. You can even meet horses Jerry and Claire in the‚ table yard!
Erddig Hall is less than 30 minutes drive from Carden Park meaning you can enjoy a day out at the property before returning to relax at our Cheshire Country Estate.
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