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Brief description of site

Llannerch Hall is an early-20th-century garden designed by Percy Cane, featuring formal and woodland gardens. Part of the park is now a golf course.

Brief history of site

This is the site of one of the most famous Welsh historic gardens, created by Mutton Davies in the late-17th century. Davies' gardens were inspired by a Grand Tour and consisted of Italianate terraces, walled compartments, ponds and statuary.

Location information:

Address: Llannerch Hall, Llanerch Park, St Asaph, Conwy, LL17 0BD

Locality: St Asaph

Local Authorities:

Denbighshire; St. Asaph

Historical County: Denbighshire

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 116 Grid Ref: SJ 054724
Latitude: 53.2402 Longitude: -3.41895

Key information:

Form of site: country estate

Purpose of site: golf course

Context or principal building: house

Main period of development: Early 20th century

Survival: Part: standing remains

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