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Talhenbont Hall
"Salmon & trout leap in the pools..."

Talhenbont Hall built in 1607 was once the home of William Vaughan and was used as a Garrison for Cromwell's Soldiers.

It is now the Private home of Roger and Gillian Good surrounded by 70 acres of Ancient Woodlands. The river Dwyfach tumbles its way over a series of waterfalls through the estate and is a designated natural habitat for otters. Salmon and Sea Trout leap in the pools at dusk and within the gardens are many spectacular fountains and Statues for you to gaze at. Flowers and Shrubs Parade to delight even the youngest members!

 

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