Ty Mawr

A medieval house re-modelled in 1820 in the Strawberry Gothic style.

Llanfrynach, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7BZ

Ty Mawr historic house in Powys, Wales

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Ty Mawr is a Grade II* listed Manor House. The original medieval house dates to the 15th century with sections of castellated wall and arch remaining.

It was largely re-modelled in 1820 in the Strawberry Gothic style and has fine Gothic plaster work and a full depth hallway with a ribbed vaulted ceiling.

The service buildings to the main house have been converted into 5 luxury self-catering cottages. Situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park.Ty Mawr is just 5 minutes off the A40 and within easy reach of the market towns of Brecon, Hay on Wye and Crickhowell.


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Group Visits

Groups are welcome to visit the house and garden by prior arrangement.

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