Llwyn Celyn Open Days

Cwmyoy, Monmouthshire

Llanthony Valley, Wales

Friday 23 to Sunday 25 September 10am - 4pm and Monday 26 September 10am - 1pm

Entry is free but tickets must be pre-booked via EventBrite 

Free tickets


Pictured: The solar at Llwyn Celyn before Landmark's restoration.

At the southern end of the beautiful Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains stands Llwyn Celyn. It was built in 1420 on the lands of the Llanthony Priory and is a very rare survival. Llwyn Celyn is rich in medieval features and has barely changed since around 1690. It has been carefully conserved and restored by the Landmark Trust. 

We are opening this building in association with Cadw's Open Doors programme. Join learn more about this wonderful building and its rich history. Entry is free but tickets need to be pre-booked via EventBrite

Designer Duncan Tattersall will be in the Threshing Barn on Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th demonstrating the art of screen printing. Following in Lady Smith's footsteps Duncan now prints Landmark's curtains, including those seen at Llwyn Celyn. There will be a chance to try your hand at screen printing on a small scale too.

Please note - vehicular access on site is for people with disabilities or limited mobility. Other visitors should park in the car park opposite the Queen's Head pub (the pub serves coffee and cakes if you are in need of refreshments). Sorry, no dogs allowed on site.

For further information please contact Booking Enquiries. The Booking Office is open Mon to Fri - 9am to 5pm.