The House

Sild Hall is one of the finest examples of Tudor architecture in the country. The very earliest records we possess date the foundations of Sild Hall right back to the 12th century, and parts of the original stone wall can be seen below the timber framed building to the south of the Hall but the majority of the Hall as you see it today was built by Baron Sildenstein during the late Tudor period.

Inside you will find an eager team of Guides to take you through the rooms and explain some of the more valuable collections including the Bomford Collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts, the Dywenydd Collection of erotic accoutrements and the Watercolour Collection.

Alternatively, take a walk around the beautiful estate.

ground floor of hall

upper floors of hall

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