Pentrehobyn 2606

Mold, Wales

Brief Description

The remains of a 17th-century garden associated with a fine early-17th-century house survive at Pentrehobyn. A notable feature is some llettyau, or stone-roofed cells, probably for wayfarers, dating from the 17th century or earlier. The small park has 19th-century planting.

Features
  • House (featured building)
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  • Garden Building
  • Description: Llettyau, or stone-roofed cells, probably for wayfarers.
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