The National Trust has taken over the running of one of the most important historic properties in Wales. They're now in charge of upstairs, downstairs and outside!
Dyffryn House and Gardens on the outskirts of Cardiff was one of the last country mansions to be built in Wales. Its grounds are already a celebrated visitor attraction - and now the house is to re-open later in the year as well. Rob Osborne has been to see what's on offer.
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