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Ruperra Castle, Caerphilly, Wales

Ruperra Castle

Ruperra Castle, Caerphilly, Wales

GWYNFRYN PLAS, Llanystumdwy, Caernarvonshire, Wales. The house is positioned beautifully on the Lleyn Peninsula overlooking Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay. Looking up at the house it became quickly apparent that the larger tower is nearing the precipice of collapse.

GWYNFRYN castle, completed in Llanystumdwy, Caernarvonshire Wales, 2009

Piercefield House, a Neoclassical country house in south-east Wales designed by British architect John Soane. Photo by Terry Winter

Piercefield House, a Neoclassical country house in south-east Wales designed by British architect John Soane. Photo by Terry Winter

Brynkir, Dolbenmaen, Caernarvonshire, Wales. You sense that everything has come to an end at Brynkir House. The mortar crumbles, the stonework falls into large piles, inner archways have tumbled and the house has a whole has become a confusing jumble. The foilage is rampant with much of the property inaccessable and with considerable surprise considering it's once large size, Brynkir feels it has finally reached the end of it's life.

The remains of Plas Brynkir, a derelict manor house in the Welsh county of Gwynedd. This is now thought to be the site of a medieval royal deer park dating back to the century.

CILGWYN, Llandyfriog, Ceredigion 2011 Wales UK. Ruined house mansion - overlooking Newcastle Emlyn and on the banks of the wending river Teifi, Cilgwyn House was once an important estate and owned huge areas of Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire.

Ruined house mansion - overlooking Newcastle Emlyn and on the banks of the wending river Teifi, Cilgwyn House was once an important estate and owned huge areas of Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire.

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