Penbedw 2587

Mold, Wales

Brief Description

Penbedw is a small 19th-century landscape park with surviving elements of a 17th- and 18th-century formal layout. There is a wilderness with a grotto and a pavilion set in plantations with axial rides. Nearer the site of the house, which is no longer standing, is a rockery and formal garden dating from the late-19th or early-20th century.

Features
  • Summerhouse
  • Description: A ruined summerhouse in the Wilderness. It was hexagonal, had two storeys and was built of brick.
  • Structure
  • Description: A stone circle and standing stone.
  • Structure
  • Description: A round barrow.
Grotto, Wilderness, Rockery
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