The Hen Dy (‘old house’ in Welsh) is the oldest surviving house on the estate. It faces south overlooking the walled gardens with views to the parkland and woodland walk, and beside the house, a Baroque garden. The house used to be the Gardeners’ Bothy, Brew House and Laundry for the Estate and has a bell tower which was used to announce mealtimes &c., and is a traditional Welsh stone-built house with a slate roof.
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 – short break & weekly lettings available throughout the year. 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
Please note that the Hen Dy is a non-smoking house. We let Friday - Friday.
"Thank you once again for a lovely enjoyable stay, weather fantastic, company great, dogs tired. What more can you ask for? Beautiful house, gardens and a most beautiful peninsula."
Desma, Bridget, Anne, Gail and 2 dogs
"P.S look forward to being here again."