Dating Old Welsh Houses Group
The group encourages better appreciation of pre-1700 houses, through study of archaeology, landscape and economic and social history. It is actively involved in recording buildings and architecture, and has organised dendrochronology to enable the origins of old houses in North Wales to be better understood.
You can join the group for a £10 annual subscription. Contact: M Dunn, Bryn Bedd, Nantgwynant, Gwynedd LL55 4NL.
Tŷ Gwyn, Barmouth - reputedly built as a Lancastrian safe house during the Wars of the Roses
The Tudor Rose, Beaumaris - one timber from this house was dated to winter 1485-86
George & Dragon, Beaumaris - now a pub, with a painting of a bleeding heart from c.1610 on a truss inside
34 Castle Street, Beaumaris - the façade hides a medieval house, probably built c.1483