Hendre House 6700

Llanwrst, Wales

Brief Description

The house, outbuildings, garden and park form an attractive period piece of the early-19th century. The woodland is of oak, beech and scots pine, but most of the park is grassland with scattered trees. A modest shrubbery is south of the house. There is an older but ruined and neglected walled garden, at the north edge of the park, which was formerly the garden of neighbouring Plas Tirion, an important house in the 17th century.

History

The house, outbuildings and park all date from the new build on a virgin site in 1810. The land purchased at this time included an older walled garden, which had belonged to Plas Tirion, a late-16th-century house 200 metres to the west.

Features

Style

  • English Landscape Garden
  • Shrubbery
  • Description: A modest shrubbery is south of the house.
Access & Directions

Directions

The park is situated on the west of the B5427 between Llanwrst and Nebo.
References

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