WITH the lovely weather that we are experiencing and are expected to experience, many families head out to walks to spend time in the fresh air and explore.

But some people may be hindered by some trails which may not be accessible to people with pushchairs or in wheelchairs.

National Trust Cymru has made a list of its accessible trails which are suitable for those who have wheelchairs or prams and have chosen a Ceredigion trail.

The trust says that Llanerchaeron is one of its best accessible walks and that there are plenty of spots to explore in the scenic landscape surrounding the Georgian villa, including the paths around the tranquil lake in the Pleasure Ground or the 18th century kitchen garden and see the ancient fruit trees, vibrant flower borders and herb garden.

There is a wheelchair-friendly concrete ramp from the visitor reception that leads to the garden and pleasure grounds, which have wide, level, hard gravel paths and plenty of benches to stop at.

For more information, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/wales/llanerchaeron