Bettisfield Hall, (also known as Bettisfield Park), Bettisfield, Wales
Record Id: 399
This site is NOT open to public.
Brief description of site
Bettisfield Hall has the part-walled and part-earthwork remains of a late-16th- to early-17th-century terraced garden. The house belonged to the Hanmer family at that time and was possibly the childhood home of the famous horticulturalist Sir Thomas Hanmer.
Brief history of site
Owned by the Hanmer family for many generations, Bettisfield Hall was sold out of the family in the 20th century. The present gardens feature a newly-established Heritage Welsh orchard and a green oak furniture workshop.
Address: Bettisfield Hall, Bettisfield, Wrexham, SY13 2LB
Wrexham; Hanmer; Hanmer
Historical County: Flintshire
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Form of site: country estate
Purpose of site: Ornamental
Context or principal building: detached house
Main period of development: 16th century