It was converted into a hotel when it was sold in 1979 (to a Mr. Bowen). The interior was drastically altered to make more bedrooms.
in 1991 it became the family home of Dafydd Maslen-Jones and his wife Julie. Dafydd was a direct descendant of Owain Glyndwr. They were planning to turn it into a Bed and Breakfast in March 1995, but it was sold later the same year.
It sold for £350,000 in 1995. It was bought by Hugh Eaves in 1999.
It sold for £240,000 in 2001 and was bought by Jason Cawood.
In 2002 he was granted planning permission to substitute the previously removed classical entrance hall screen, pilasters, in-situ plaster cornicing, lathe and plaster, internal wall linings and ceilings, ceiling roses, internal doors, door linings, architraves and skirtings.