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Gwaynynog Hall;gwaenynog

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Map ReferenceSJ06NW
Grid ReferenceSJ0350065380
Unitary (Local) AuthorityDenbighshire
Old CountyDenbighshire
PeriodPost Medieval
1. NAR SJ06NW17
Mainly 18th and 19th century rambling mansion, earliest fabric 16th century. First house on site 1403 (see M/DES/A file 19/2/73). Interior enriched plaster. Dr Johnson was here in 1774 (see Nprn32691), the Flopsy Bunnies rather later.

2. Mostly 2-storeyed house of rubble construction with one brick gable and slate roofs. The middle section of the main front is of five-bays, and has a slightly off centre door, and a central four-light transomed and mulioned window, with similar two-light windows to the ground and first floor. The central bay has a gabled front flanked a quatrefoiled parapet. There is a single-storey, battlemented bay either side of this main section.
(Source: Cadw listing description)
J Hill 04/08/2004

3. At one time in use as Pentre Mawr school.