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This national Trust property is located on a hillside with stunning views of the Welsh coastline. The gardens are well laid out and very picturesque whilst the interior of the house is old and interesting. The ticket office also has a small cafeteria. ideal for...More
This is a smaller National Trust house but with a great little garden in a breathtaking setting. The history of the property is interesting and there are lots of dog friendly walks round about in the woodland. The shop is small but the Cafe is...More
We happened upon Rhiw as NT members on a fairly miserable day. It is hidden away above the west end of Hell's Mouth, offering stunning views. I am a keen gardener and enjoy visiting gardens with my family - although the gardens here are fairly...More
National trust house and garden a few miles from Pwllheli small narrow roads to get there but worth it, house is as it was when the lady lived there and the garden is nice to see although not very big.
This National Trust property is well worth a visit. It’s a lovingly restored 16th century building with Georgian additions and history right up to the end of 20th century and fabulous gardens. There is also a quaint cafe with views over Hells Mouth Beach in...More
Simple set up of an historical house which was amazing to experience. Knowledgeable staff who were very approachable and enthusiastic. Finally a short forrest then a garden walk with a stop at a tea shop for a brew.
comfortable café and toilets .lovely restored house and cute gardens .the view of the bay is outstanding we saw a bird of pray in the min care park as well .the guides are very knowledge able .not ideal for disabled individuals though
Nice little National Trust property with small formal garden and larger woodland area. Additional (main) car park now below the site, needing a small uphill walk.
Woodland walk can be enjoyed without obtaining entry ticket for house, but National Trust members are reminded that properties...More