The house is set in its own drystone walled grounds of just over an acre.
There are four lawned areas, which we call the Terraced Garden, the old Kitchen Garden, the Laundry Garden and the Bathroom Garden. A garden gate leads from the Bathroom Garden to the public footpath which runs alongside the north of the garden.
There’s also the West Bank, which used to be covered in rhododendrons, an invasive species in this area. The Snowdonia National Park removed them in October 2022, leaving us with a very steep and bare bank. We can’t reseed it for two years.
A long bumpy drive leads up to the parking area. There’s a turning circle by the locked garage.
All photographs are taken on the property.