Set in 1000 acres of glorious parklands, it has surprises around every corner, from the magnificent 18th Century Orangery, which is the dramatic and magnificent centrepiece to the gardens, which is fronted by an elegant terrace with three ornate fountains. Built from 1786 to 1793 by Thomas Mansel Talbot to the design of Anthony Keck, it is listed Grade I as one of the finest classical buildings in Wales and of 275 feet in length it is the longest Orangery in Britain.
There is also an impressive and picturesque Tudor-Gothic style Victorian Mansion House, a 12th Century Chapter House, ornamental gardens and the best deer herd in Wales.
Photographically it gives you the opportunity to take stunning photos with an amazing choice of splendid landscapes, architecture, history and wildlife.