A Public Debut: Plas Uchaf Open Days

Near Corwen, Denbighshire

Saturday 7 - Sunday 8 September 2024, 10am-4pm

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Join us at the first Landmark Open Day at Plas Uchaf  Saturday 7 - Sunday 8 September, 10am-4pm. We are opening this building as part of Cadw Open Doors. Explore the building and find out more about its history and restoration. 

This Landmark will be open on the same weekend as Dolbelydr open days approximately 40 minutes' drive. 

A substantial hall-house which was built in about 1400 and is situated on the side of a low hill in the Dee valley, an area filled with scenery, wildlife and history. Few houses of this age survive in Wales and the quality of work at Plas Uchaf is exceptional. 

Plas Uchaf sits on the side of a low hill in the Dee valley, near Corwen in the heart of the North Wales countryside. It is within easy reach of Snowdonia. Nearby Rhug farm shop offers a many high quality local, Welsh and organic products.

The breathtaking Lake Bala is 20 minutes drive from Plas Uchaf. Enjoy the stunning views on the Bala Lake Railway, or get involved with some watersports if you are feeling more energetic. 

Open Day entry

Due to the historic nature of our buildings we have a limited capacity for our Open Day events. You may therefore be asked to wait a short time while other visitors finish their visit. Whilst booking is not essential, priority will be given to those who have booked in advance. Thank you for your co-operation.


Please note that due to the nature of our historic buildings and places, some may not be suitable for those with limited mobility or certain disabilities. 

We do all we can to enable access wherever possible; if you have any access concerns that you’d like to discuss before visiting, please contact our Booking Enquiries team on 01628 825925 or [email protected]. The Booking Office is open Mon to Fri - 9am to 5pm.

Donating to Landmark

As a charity, the Landmark Trust relies on donations to support our work. We couldn’t have rescued over 200 Landmarks without the support of people like you. Your support saves historic buildings in danger of being lost forever and makes them available for all to experience and enjoy. Your donation could help train the craftspeople needed to restore buildings like this, or it could offer opportunities to young people to experience history first-hand, through our open days and free stays for study groups.