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Bodrhyddan Hall, Dyserth

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Map ReferenceSJ07NW
Grid ReferenceSJ0460078770
Unitary (Local) AuthorityDenbighshire
Old CountyFlintshire
PeriodPost Medieval
Bodrhyddan Hall, Dyserth dates mainly from 1696. It is brick, 3 storey, with portions of earlier work, including an early 17th century rear entrance. The interior includes lozenge paving beams and 17th century spiral stairs.

Elements of an earlier building (notably the Tudor-style doorway to the cellar) are thought to have been incorporated in a house of 1689-1700, itself largely remodelled 1874-5.

The house has extensive gardens and is set within a park (Nprn266211), there are remains of a conservatory (Nprn35671) adjoining it, service and ancilliary buildings include a coach house (Nprn37298) and ice house (Nprn37299). Ffynnon Cil-haul (Nprn32309), to the E, was tapped to supply water.

(source Os495card; SJ07NW12; Long Text attached to Nprn266211)
J.Wiles 11.10.02
RCAHMW AP965099/54