Caer Rhun Hall is nestled in the Conwy Valley, just minutes from the historic town of Conwy.
Caer Rhun Hall is surrounded by gardens and parkland – and faces south over wide, shallow terraces. The house is a large, three-storey late-Victorian mansion in a style showing Elizabethan influence, built of roughly-dressed, coursed pale grey limestone with red sandstone mansion window surrounds and chimneys.
This enchanting property has crow-stepped gables over the bays and some windows, and a slate roof. The roofline is heavily ornamented, having decorative gables and many tall chimneys. There are also towers on the south-east corner and in the north-east angle. The large windows are mullioned and transomed, with leaded lights. It was built by General Hugh Gough in 1892 on the site of Plas Caer Rhun, a 17th century house which may have had medieval origins.
The house, built on a Roman site, commands breathtaking views of 20 acres of rolling parklands and gardens. Every room has unique features with craftsmanship of an earlier era – the Tudor panelled hall, elegant Garden Room, Drawing Room and Library.
With its elegant rooms, beautiful mature gardens and private house atmosphere, Caer Rhun Hall is absolutely unique and very special.
Now discover Caer Rhun Hall for yourself… we look forward to welcoming you.