Llanelly House

This beautifully restored Georgian townhouse has been described as one of the finest examples of domestic architecture in Wales.

Llanelly House was substantially rebuilt in 1714 by Sir Thomas Stepney, Member of Parliament for Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. It later fell into dereliction, and underwent a comprehensive programme of refurbishment before opening its doors to the public in 2014. 

Permanent collections

The Great Hall houses an impressive 125-piece armorial dinner service dating from 1790.

Visitor information

The cafe and restaurant are housed in the elegant surroundings of what would have been the Best Parlour and Drawing Room, and the shop is in the former study of Sir Thomas Stepney. All floors are accessible via the lift.


Venue details

Llanelly House Bridge Street, Llanelli Carmarthenshire SA15 3UF 01554 772857 www.llanelly-house.org.uk

Entry details

Free with National Art Pass (standard entry £7)

50% off exhibitions with National Art Pass

Mon  Sat, 10am  5pm
Sun, 11am  4pm

Closed 24  26 Dec, 1 Jan

Member offers

20% off guided tours