Nannau Rainwater Hopper with Crest, dated 1795

Nannau Rainwater Hopper

The Rainwater Hopper from the Georgian House of Plas Nannau Hall. It shows the completion date of the house of 1795 and includes the Nannau Crest.
Ground Floor (without the Pavilion Wings) - © Philip Nanney Williams

Plas Nannau Hall Floorplans

Plans of Plas Nannau Hall © Philip Nanney Williams.
St. Marys Church, Dolgellau

St. Mary’s Church, Dolgellau

St Mary’s Church, Dolgellau, is a Grade II listed building standing on the site of a medieval one, dating back to at least 1254 when it was mentioned in records. The...
Plas Hen in 2008

Plas Hen and Caerynwch

“Plas Hen” (The Old Court) was the original 15th century manor house of Caerynwch. The current owners can trace their family back to Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, Cadwgan and Madog (Lord of...
St. Machreth Church in Llanfachreth

St. Machreth Church, Llanfachreth

St Machreath’s Church, first mentioned in documents of 1254, is situated within a curvilinear churchyard, which has been extended to the east. The boundary is circular on the south and west...

The 1693 – 1794 House

The House of Hugh Nanney Hên (c.1693 – c.1794) "Old Nannau" (built c.1693) from a sketch by Moses Griffiths (1749-1819) drawn circa 1785. Image courtesy of The National Library of Wales. Note the...
Plas Nannau Hall in 2015

The Georgian House

The current Georgian house was started circa 1788 by Sir Robert Howell Vaughan and completed by his son in 1796 after his death in 1792. There was a house-warming celebration on...

Derwen Ceubren yr Ellyll

Art Relating to Nannau

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