After winning the Georgian category of Channel 4’s Restoration of the Year, Cardigan Castle will be celebrating its Regency heritage with a Georgian Day on May 1.
The day will include elegant afternoon teas, landscape artists in Georgian costume and live harp music.
There will also be a special exhibition of rarely seen Cardigan Town Council regalia including the maces – silver christening cups belonging to Charles I.
And as a special addition, the portrait of David Davies – owner of Castle Green House in the early 1830s – has been loaned to the castle by Ceredigion Museum.
The portrait used to hang in Castle Green House and has been restored after it was found stuffed up a chimney!
Entry to Georgian Day is free for castle pass holders or £5 adults, £3 children.