- Engraved in our fireplace in the ceremony is:
‘Me gerdded gydi thi dros llwybrau maith’, which translates as “I will walk beside you forever”.
- The Hall was built in 1866 by John and Sara Dicken, the hall was used as their country holiday home. He inherited coal and iron ore mines in the area. The estate had five farms and covered 1200 acres.
- In Llangollen did you know there are two streets that are names after John Dicken and his son George Dicken. The streets are called John Street and George Street.
- Did you know our cosy Yew Tree Cottage was originally the estates gamekeepers’ residence? In 2020 the hall grounds are occupied by Diesel the dog, 4 pheasants, 25 squirrels, 8 ducks and 1 cat called Smokey!
- After 9 month of refurbishment our owners renewed their vows in September 2016 here at the hall. A wonderful day of celebration, Matt and Vicky were surrounded by friends, family and their very own Tyn Dwr Hall.
- Lord Duveen who was the most successful antiques and art collector of his time with auction houses in London and New York, A portrait of him and one of his wife Dorothy hanging in the dining room.
- Did you know Tyn Dwr hall has a total of 27 rooms and can sleep up to a total of 66 guests.
- Our Yew Tree is the largest in Wales. In 1854 George Burrows remarked on its size in his book Wild Wales!
- A total of 35 loving staff work at the hall to make your special day one to remember for the rest of your lives.
- Did you know Tyn Dwr Hall is THE best wedding venue?
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