Plas Newydd is a country house situated in Anglesey, Wales. The building originated from around the 14th century and evolved over the centuries to become one of Anglesey's principal residences. It was the seat of the Marquesses of Anglesey, and the core of a large agricultural estate. The country house is set in beautiful gardens and woodland. Since 1976 it has been owned and operated by the National Trust. In present day, the house has been kept to a high standard with many impressive grand rooms, the house also contains a small military museum; its grounds are another attraction for many visitors due to their beautiful landscape and scenic views.
The best way to get to the country house is by car, with onsite parking available to visitors. The closest bus and train stops to the house are a mile and a half away at ‘Llanfairpwll’.
Opening Times and Admission
The house is open to visitors daily, 9.30am-4.30pm. Admission is set at £11.60 for adults and £5.80 for children.