Hywel Sele Lodge and Tudor Arch

Nannau Deer Park Walk

DESCRIPTION: A 4 mile walk which takes you through the old Nannau Deer Park, past its north and south entrance lodges and the lodge and archway to the disused carriage driveway...
Llyn Pwll-y-Gele in 2014

Llyn Pwll y Gele

Welsh for “Pool of the Leeches”, Pwll y Gele is a six-acre lake situated at a height of seven-hundred feet, located between two minor roads which run south from Llanfachreth.This is...
Sign for Precipice Walk

Precipice Walk

Precipice Walk was one of a series of leisure walks created by the Vaughans for their family and friends around the estate. This one is now open to all and open...
The Old Fish Ponds in The Nannau Deer Park

The Deer Park

The original deer park was probably medieval although the heart of the present park most likely dates back to the seventeenth century, with enlargement and landscaping probably late eighteenth and early...
Panorama Of The Beauties, Curiosities, And Antiquities Of North Wales (1839)

Panorama Of The Beauties…

Excerpt from the Book “Panorama Of The Beauties, Curiosities and Antiquities of North Wales”, by J. Hemingway. Published in 1839. In the garden* and park of Nannau there stood, within these few...
An Old Entrance to Yr Hen Ardd (The Old Garden)

Yr Hen Ardd (The Old Garden)

The Old Walled Garden and the Location of “Derwen Ceubren yr Ellyll” (The Hollow Oak of the Demons). Nannau once had two kitchen gardens, this one, “Yr Hen Ardd” (The Old Garden)...

The Nannau Estate

Details of the Nannau Estate Designations Listed buildings: House - Grade II* Coed-y-Moch Lodge & Forecourt Walls - Grade II Gate & Railing Opposite Coed-y-Moch Lodge - Grade II Hywel Sele lodge...

Derwen Ceubren yr Ellyll

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