Nanhoron is a beautiful Regency mansion house hidden in some of the most beautiful landscape in Wales . The home of the Hardens, whose family has owned this estate for 700 years, Nanhoron has lovely and extensive gardens. The home demesne is set around the River Horon - Nanhoron means the bank of the River Horon in Welsh - and this little river buckets through the park.
Welcome to The Nanhoron Estate
"Hen Dy - one of Britain's 50 Best Holiday Cottages "[The Observer]
The Hen Dy (‘old house’ in Welsh) is the oldest surviving house on the estate. It is available as self-catering accommodation throughout the year – weekly lettings from the Spring through to the Autumn, Friday to Friday, and over Christmas and New Year, with weekend breaks on offer in the Winter. Extra comforts include WiFi, open fire (home-grown logs provided), central heating and dogs are welcome. Please go to the link above to see what else The Hen Dy has to offer you.
"An absolute delight staying at ‘Hen Dy’. We had everything we needed at our finger tips. Thank you so much…
Wet noses and wagging tails from the doggies."
Anne, Joyce, Bridget, Desma & Gail
"Thank you so much for a perfect stay. Beautiful gardens, lovely area and house really cosy. We had such a nice welcome and enjoyed every minute."
Jan, Fiona, Juliet & Karen
A holiday on Pen Llŷn offers some of the most beautiful countryside in Gwynedd, described by the author Jan Morris as “the heartland of Wales ”. Sand, sailing, with the islands of St Tudwal and Bardsey offshore and the mountains of Snowdonia behind you, there is something to be enjoyed here at any time of year.