Llancaiach Fawr Manor Ghost Hunt, South Wales – Friday 25th October 2024


This Tudor manor house near Cardiff is one location not to be missed! Built around the mid-1500s, the site is believed to have been occupied for over 4000 years!

Event Time: 8PM – 2AM

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Your Ghost Hunt at Llancaiach Fawr Manor

Join Haunted Rooms for a thrilling night of real paranormal investigating at one of the most haunted houses in Wales

Do you have what it takes to investigate this ancient manor house, in the dead of night? A location where the apparitions of former servants and past owners make themselves known in frightening circumstances!

A location so ominous, visitors have broken down in tears, running for the exit, swearing never to return…

Every room inside Llancaiach Manor has a spooky story to tell. Many things have been seen, felt and experienced by people who work in the manor, as well as those who visit.

The most infamous spectral figure in the manor is that of the 19th-century housekeeper known as “Mattie”. The rustling of her petticoats has been heard in her former bedchamber, where she tragically died many years ago.

There is also the ghost of the little boy who fell 40 feet to his death from one of the windows on the upper floors. He makes his presence felt to visitors and employees by tugging at their sleeves or hair. He would sometimes slip his hands on the person in the room as if beckoning them to take him home.

It is reported that former owner, Edward Prichard, is seen, often dressed in his Civil War regalia, contemplating the turmoil and the support of the King.

There is also the much talked about the puzzle of the carved stone hidden within the Manor wall. There is so much controversy about why it was put there. Some people say it is there to help ward off evil, but others say it is a curse on the Manor.

Spots will fill up quickly for this one, so hurry and book now!

History of Llancaich Fawr Manor

History of Llancaich Fawr Manor

Built circa 1550 by the Prichard family, the house has 17th-century modifications and was built on the site of a medieval dwelling. With walls, 1.2 meters thick and access between floors only through stairs built inside the walls, the house’s primary purpose was protection and defence. If attacked, the entire house could be divided into two, and only people in the secure east wing would be able to access the tower’s toilet.

The Prichard family restored and improved the house as they lived in it. Some improvements were necessary; however, some of them were for the family to demonstrate to others just how affluent they were.

Among the many things added were the Grand Staircase and panelling in the house’s two rooms. Numerous intramural staircases were also sealed off, and a formal garden was laid out. Because of the many modifications in the house, there are more windows visible outside than inside.

The house has now been restored to its 1645 appearance during the British Civil War. It has become one of the leading sites for people who want to see a piece of living history.

Event Details

Event Details

Event Location: Trelewis, Nelson, Treharris CF46 6ER

Time: 8:00 PM – 2:00 AM (Arrive from earliest 7:30 PM)

Access & Parking: Llancaiach Manor is easily accessible, being located in the village of Nelson, just 20 mins from Cardiff, and within mins of the M4, A470 and the Heads of the Valleys Road. There is ample parking available on-site, along with six designated disabled parking spots.

Accessibility: The location is suitable for those with mobility issues. It’s also wheelchair friendly, however, please note that the attics and two rooms on the first floor would not be accessible to wheelchairs during investigations. There are no toilet facilities available inside the manor itself, however, there are disabled toilets in the adjacent education block building and the visitor centre.

Please Note: All guests must be 18 years or older. Not suitable for those who are heavily pregnant. Guests are strongly advised to wear comfortable shoes and warm layered clothing on colder nights.

What's Included

What's Included

  • Group Vigils including table tipping, Séance, and more,
  • Lone Vigils,
  • Use of Paranormal Equipment,
  • Psychic Medium,
  • Hot and cold drinks facilities,
  • Snacks, refreshments, and treats.
What to Bring

What to Bring

You’re welcome to bring your own equipment, though we will be providing paranormal equipment to use.

The investigation will be in darkness so please bring a torch with you.

Although snacks and drinks are provided, you’re welcome to bring your own. There are also facilities to make both hot and cold drinks, which are provided also.

And of course, bring your phone/camera with you, the more pictures we have the better chance we have of capturing something!

Other than that, just yourself and an open mind!

What to Expect

What to Expect

On your ghost hunt with Haunted Rooms, you will have full exclusive access to this location. Together with our friendly team of investigators you will join others on structured vigils, where you’ll have the chance to use some paranormal equipment and join in on group vigils such as Ouija board sessions, and seance.

Our event starts at 8.00 pm but you can arrive at the earliest 7.30 pm. Structured investigations will end around 12 am, at which point you will have the opportunity to investigate this location on your own using the techniques and information you have been provided with.

The event is not a sleepover, so it’s recommended you book accommodation nearby if you’re travelling from further away. There are a number of good options for you to choose from.

You will have the chance to look around the manor before the event to familiarise yourself with its layout. Shortly before the event kicks off, we’ll run you through a quick induction and safety briefing, followed by a short talk and introduction from our team. You’ll then split into smaller groups with your family and/or friends if you’ve come together, and we’ll begin our vigils for the night!

If you have your own paranormal equipment we encourage you to bring it, if not we can provide them free of charge. Snacks, refreshments, and treats will be provided at intervals throughout the night, and we’ll have facilities to make hot and cold drinks too.

We do endeavour to have mediums and sensitives with us for every event, although circumstances out of our control can sometimes prevent this. Anybody that has sensitive abilities we encourage you to come forward, as it only increases the energy and enjoyment for all in attendance.

To get the most from the evening we encourage you to try your hand at as many things as you can, and if you’re feeling particularly brave you should give a lone vigil a try, as well as joining in with our table tipping experiments as we try to commune with the spirits and ghosts of the building.

Please dress weather appropriately, with extra layers of clothing if it’s cold, plus comfortable shoes and a torch if you need one.

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