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Hafodunos: A Gilbert Scott Masterpiece

The alarm rang at 6.30am and after almost four hours of driving through some of the most beautiful scenery that North Wales has to offer, I arrived along a country road and was greeted by the gate house. I slowed … Continue reading

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Neuadd Fawr: A classical beauty

North of the small Carmarthenshire village of Cilycwm and surrounded by beautiful countryside stands Neuadd Fawr, a classically fronted grade II listed mansion set within its own parkland. The house was originally built in 1784 and was subsequently enlarged and … Continue reading

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Brynkir Revisited

A weekend in north Wales, led to a rather spontaneous visit to Brynkir, which is located on the edge of the beautiful Snowdonia  National Park. Leaving the car in a lay by I asked my friends to follow me.  Slightly … Continue reading

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Llawhadden House

Llawhadden House is a Grade II listed hall which sits comfortably to the side of the road only a few minutes walk away from Llawhadden Castle. The house fell victim to fire in 2000. Sadly the elderly owner perished during … Continue reading

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The Entrance into Edwinsford

The entrance hallway at Edwinsford is now a complete shell; a contrast from when I first visited the house in the early 2000’s. Back then this room was full of saplings and it was difficult to move around the room. … Continue reading

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Magical Edwinsford

Edwinsford sits on the banks of the River Cothi with its own single arched bridge crossing over the river. The earliest part is the square building to the left with the single chimney stack in the centre. To the right … Continue reading

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