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Courtyard outbuildings and retaining walls to adjacent formal garden area at Glan Gwna Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Caeathro, Gwynedd

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.1343 / 53°8'3"N

Longitude: -4.2411 / 4°14'27"W

OS Eastings: 250168

OS Northings: 362025

OS Grid: SH501620

Mapcode National: GBR 5K.6G7J

Mapcode Global: WH43F.THM1

Entry Name: Courtyard outbuildings and retaining walls to adjacent formal garden area at Glan Gwna Hall

Listing Date: 21 July 1999

Last Amended: 21 July 1999

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 22058

Building Class: Domestic

Location: The courtyard outbuildings are situated on the south-east side of Glan Gwna Hall and the formal garden area lies to their south-west.

County: Gwynedd

Community: Waunfawr

Community: Waunfawr

Locality: Caeathro

Built-Up Area: Caeathro

Traditional County: Caernarfonshire

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History

Built c1893 as outbuildings and retaining walls to small formal garden area at Glan Gwna Hall.

Exterior

Courtyard of stone outbuildings on 3 sides (the 4th side is formed by the house itself), the single-storey elevation facing the formal garden area (the ground level is higher in the garden than in the courtyard) having bracketed hipped dormers breaking the eaves above 3-light leaded windows, 2 to the left and one to the right of offset boarded door under gabled bracketed hood, itself breaking the eaves; tall pyramidal spirelet above to ridge. Formal garden to front is of roughly square plan enclosed by retaining wall with simple flat-headed balustrading. Non-courtyard side of main range of outbuildings has 4 flush rooflights with vertical bars in roof slope.

Interior

Interior not inspected.

Reasons for Listing

Included as a well-preserved set of outbuildings and linked retaining walls defining formal garden area, the whole forming a strong group with the adjacent Glan Gwna Hall.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II* Glan Gwna Hall
    Situated to the north of Ffordd Waenfawr in its own landscaped grounds, most of which are now occupied by the chalets and other structures associated with Glan Gwna Holiday Park.
  • II Terrace and retaining walls at Glan Gwna Hall
    Located on the north-west elevation of Glan Gwna Hall.
  • II Stable Block at Glan Gwna Hall
    Located approximately 150m east of Glan Gwna Hall.
  • II Gate piers and walls at entrance to Glan Gwna Hall
    Located on the north side of Ffordd Waenfawr at the main entrance to Glan Gwna Hall; the walls run from Grand Lodge to the west, break at the main entrance, turn to the north at the cross-roads in Cae
  • II Grand Lodge to Glan Gwna Hall
    Located on the north side of Ffordd Waenfawr (Waenfawr Road) to the west of Caeathro at the former south-western entrance to Glan Gwna Hall.
  • II Bryn Eden and terrace walls to front
    Situated on rising ground to the south side of the main road between Caernarfon and Waunfawr; the house has a terraced garden in front with a rubblestone revetment wall and terracotta balustrade, exte
  • II Milestone
    Situated on the north side of Ffordd Waenfawr (Waenfawr Road) between Caeathro and Caernarfon; set in a low rubblestone field boundary wall.
  • II Plas Bach
    Located on the road between Caeathro and Pont-rug at the former north-eastern entrance to Glan Gwna Hall; iron gates with fluted iron gate posts stand at the entrance to the former driveway.

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