Bodrhyddan Hall :: Shared Description

The hall is the home of Lord Langford and his family who also own Rhuddlan Castle. It is Grade I listed LinkExternal link There are traces of buildings going back to the 1400s but the core of the present building dates from around 1696. Extensive remodelling took place in the 1870s and other alterations were made in the 1960s and in 1997.

The 8 acres of gardens are a mix of formal beds near the house (including a parterre designed by architect William Nesfield during his Victorian remodelling of the house) and more informal grounds further out which include an ancient holy well and a working farm.

The hall and grounds are usually open to the public on two days per week. At other times it opens for private parties and corporate events and it can be used as a wedding venue.

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by Gerald England

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SJ0478 : St Mary's Well by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Front entrance frieze by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Parterre at Bodrhyddan Hall by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Entrance from the Old Park by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodrhyddan Hall south aspect by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodrhyddan Hall by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Old Park by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Old Park at Bodrhyddan by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodrhyddan Home Farm by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodrhyddan Hall parterre by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodrhyddan Hall by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodrhyddan Hall by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Rowley-Conwy coat of arms by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Sculpture in the parterre by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Langford coat of arms by Gerald England
SJ0478 : St Mary's Well by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Heraldic pelican  by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodrhyddan Hall parterre by Gerald England
SJ0478 : The Front Hall by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodrhyddan Hall sundial by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Horse at Bodrhyddan by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Box bushes at Bodrhyddan Hall by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Garden entrance by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Bodryhyddan Old Park by Gerald England
SJ0478 : Crest of the Conwys by Gerald England

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Created: Sat, 28 Oct 2017, Updated: Sat, 28 Oct 2017

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