Kinmel Park (also known as Kinmel Hall, Clarendon School)1955

Abergele, Wales

Brief Description

The 19th-century house at Kinmel Park sits prominently in its landscape park which was a deer park in the 17th century. There is a well-preserved late-19th-century formal garden, probably designed by William Nesfield. A walled garden, associated with the 17th-century house, Old Kinmel, acted as an extension of the pleasure garden in the 19th century.

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  • House (featured building)
  • Description: The current house lies on top of the foundations of two earlier houses. The first was built by Samuel Wyatt in 1791-1804 and the second by Thomas Hopper in 1842-3.
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