Carers and their relatives enjoy history and gardens of Tredegar House

A group of carers and their dependent relatives recently enjoyed an outing to Tredegar House in Newport.

Tredegar House is cited as being one of the most magnificent 17th century country houses in Britain, and one of the architectural wonders of Wales. Parts of the house date back to medieval times, and it is situated within 90 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland. 

The group enjoyed a fascinating ninety minute tour of the house, and learned about the history of the Morgan family who lived there until the 1950’s. The tour was followed by an excellent two-course lunch in the Brewhouse tearooms and a walk in the gardens before heading for home.

The staff at Tredegar House ensured everything ran smoothly and that the group thoroughly enjoyed their day out.

If you would like more information about visiting Tredegar House, visit http://www.newport.gov.uk/_dc/index.cfm?fuseaction=thingstosee.tredegarhouse