The house is situated on a wooded hillside over looking lawned gardens, a little rose garden and interesting herbaceous borders running down to the Afon (river) Ystrud. To the rear of the house is a green bank including a white garden and ornamental woodland garden. The garden is the essence of peace and serenity, with rare plants and a famed, recently created shell house by Blott Kerr-Wilson.
A garden tour to include the new wildflower meadow, outbuildings and the shell house followed by the reception rooms of Mysevin and a Welsh tea.
Visitors may also wish to take short unguided woodland and river walks.
Tours that are scheduled will be listed below. If none are scheduled yet, please check back later, or find other tours you might enjoy on our tours listing page here.
£17.50 per person
Tea, coffee, soft drinks, scones, cakes and sandwiches
Ground floor only at Mysevin. Mysevin is surrounded by gravel paths.
No photography in the house. Dogs must be on leads.
Tŷ o gyfnod y Rhaglywiaeth a adeiladwyd yn 1828 mewn rhan anghysbell o Sir Ddinbych. Yn yr ardd heddychlon mae planhigion prin a thŷ cregyn a grëwyd yn ddiweddar gan Blott Keir-Wilson.
Mae’r daith yn cychwyn gydag amgueddfa 50au a 60au y teulu – Cae Dai ger Dinbych, ac yna taith o amgylch y llawr gwaelod, y gerddi a’r tŷ cregyn ym Mysefin.