This modest, but fascinating small equestrian museum and restored stables has an interesting collection of Victorian harness and saddlery, carts and carriages and other equestrian and transport material, housed in an historic stable block. The equipment on display dates from an earlier age when horses were vital for transport, agriculture and haulage of heavy goods.
Haulfre was the country house of the Chadwick family. The Chadwicks made their money in the industrial districts of northern England, but moved to North Wales to enjoy a country house lifestyle.
A visit to Haulfre Stables offers an insight into the work of the grooms, coachmen and stable boys who cared for the horses and the leisure pursuits of a country gentleman.
Visitors also have the opportunity of buying fresh local produce (seasonal fruit, vegetables and flowers) from the garden shop.
By appointment only
Haulfre Garden Unit