Booking and opening times
Plas Newydd House is now closed and will welcome visitors back in April 2023.
The tearooms will be open every Thursday through to Sunday from 10am to 4pm up until 11 December 2022. The gardens remain free to enter with no need for booking. The gates are closed each evening at sunset. Dogs on leads are welcome in the grounds as well as the outdoor areas of the Courtyard Tearoom.
Phone: 01978 862834
About Plas Newydd
Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby captured the imagination of Regency society.
They received a stream of visitors to the unpretentious little cottage which, over the years, they transformed into a Gothic fantasy of projecting stained glass and elaborately carved oak.
Inside Plas Newydd today, an exhibition including some of their possessions and an audio tour bring their story to vivid life. You can stroll through their gardens and along their riverside walk.
And you can take tea, as Wordsworth, Sir Walter Scott and the Duke of Wellington have all done before you.
- Adult: £7.00
- Children aged 5 to 16 years old: £6.00
- Children under 5 years old: Free
- Family: £19.50
- Seniors (60 years +): £6.00
- Students: £6.00
- Carer accompanying a disabled visitor: Free
- Young Archaeologists club: Free
- Denbighshire schools: £2.00 per person
- All other schools: £2.25 per person
- Guide book: £2.00
- Audio guide: £1.50
Why not bring your group for an unforgettable visit to Plas Newydd Historic House, Gardens and Tearooms?
For groups of over 15 people we offer a free talk where one of our Heritage Assistants will unravel the fascinating story of the house and its occupants.
Pre-book and more information by contacting us on 01978 862834 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From April until October our tearooms can provide locally sourced and Home-made food. For further details please contact us on 01978 862834 or email us at email@example.com.
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