An early eighteenth century house (1720-40) with formal canals, avenues, walled garden and a late-eighteenth century park by William Emes. Emes made a 'Cup and Saucer' with Black Brook flowing round a curcular platform. The National Trust has restored Erddig garden using a bird's eye view of 1739 and illustrations of the nineteenth and twentieth century additions, including a parterre and a Victorian garden
nr Wrexham, Clwyd, Wales, LL13 0YT
See Erddig website for dates and times., Closed Fridays
A fascinating garden, especially having 'done' the house tour. The NT have done a fine job restoring the place.
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