Not on books, but among books. This was the idea behind Gladstone’s Library, the most famous library in Wales, founded by statesman William Gladstone at the end of the nineteenth century. In addition to an extraordinary collection of about 250,000 books, the structure houses twenty-six rooms where you can spend the night in peace and relaxation, surrounded by culture to read, reflect, dream, draw and think.
A historic place, a source of inspiration for many. From 2000 to date, 590 books have been written in Gladstone’s Library.