Llanelly House

Carmarthenshire, SA15 3UF

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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.

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

Venue information

Opening times

Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm, Sundays 10am to 4pm (for Sunday Lunches)

Guided Tours Monday to Saturday 11am and 2pm (advance booking is required)

*Please contact Llanelly House for bookings and any bank holiday closures.

Access to the upper floors are by Guided Tour only. These give visitors a chance to find out about the Stepney family who lived in Llanelly House during the 18th century and what they contributed to the town and the industrial landscape of south Wales. The tour continues through the Georgian period before moving on to Victorian times and reveals a history of upstairs-downstairs scandals. The Guided Tours are Free to visitors with a National Art Pass but advance booking is required.

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