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Back House in St Asaph.
Substantial remains of Cistercian abbey, originally founded as a house of the order of Savigny in 1131, and remodelled in the thirteenth century and later.
Bersham Heritage Centre, in the heart of the attractive Clywedog Valley, is Wrexham's centre for Industrial Heritage and home to the Museum Service's Industrial History collections.
Bethesda M C Chapel in Mold.
Brithdir Mawr in Mold.
Brynkinalt Estate, home to the ancestral Trevor family since 942. Located in the beautiful surrounding of the Welsh/Shropshire border, the home is steeped in history but focused on the future.
Caergwrle Methodist Church is a small but lively Methodist Church situated on Castle Street in the village of Caergwrle, Flintshire. We are part of the Wrexham Circuit which in turn belongs to the Wales Synod of the Methodist Church.
Completed in 1310 in a commanding position in the Welsh Marches and in continuous habitation ever since, the castle's austere exterior contrasts with the elegant state rooms within.
What better way to reflect on your visit to Coed Llandegla Forest than relaxing with a coffee at the purpose-built, ecologically sound and spacious log cabin located at the trailhead
Ancient fort with expansive views
The striking ruins of Denbigh Castle, crowning a steep hill above the town, enjoy commanding views of the pastoral Vale of Clwyd and the round-backed hills of the Clwydian Range.
Set in a timeless, quiet valley this 16th-century gentry house has many of its original features, including a first floor solar open to the roof beams. It also has good claim to be the birthplace of the modern Welsh language.
Dovecote in St Asaph.
Widely acclaimed as one of Britain's finest historic houses, Erddig is a fascinating yet unpretentious early 18th-century country house reflecting the upstairs downstairs life of a gentry family over 250 years.
Ewloe Castle is a mid 13th century stone keep and courtyard fortress with a characteristic D-shaped tower, probably built by Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd ('the Last') around 1257
Begun in 1277, one of the first castles to be built in Wales by King Edward I. Its most impressive feature is a solitary round tower, isolated from the rest of the inner ward. It features in Shakespeare's Richard II.
1 Gelli Fawr is a grade II* listed building in Whitford, Flintshire, Wales.
New Hawarden Castle is a house in Hawarden, Flintshire, Wales.
Holy Trinity Church in Mold.
Arguably the areas earliest barn conversion, this unique and enchanting church was originally a Tithe Barn. Made from Fenns Bank bricks, once a thriving local industry, the building was consecrated as a chapel in 1836.