Pennsylvania Connections

Maes Y Coed (now called Maes Y Coed Farm) was built in the 1500s and has undergone many changes over the centuries. It is a Grade II* Listed Building and the extensive Barns are Grade II Listed Buildings. In the 1600s, it was a Quaker Safe House, to protect the persecuted Quakers.

William Penn, the Founding Father of Pennsylvania, lived here for a while, protected from persecution. His Personal Physician, Thomas Wyynne was a direct descendant of Owain ap Gruffudd, The King Of Gwynedd. Thomas Wyynne lived a short walk from here.

The Coach House is an extension to the main house. It is a two storey building, where the coach for the house, the horses that pulled it and the Coachman lived.

Upstairs, has been transformed from a basic and neglected living quarters, to a beautiful, luxurious place to enjoy the history and beauty of its location.

The stables downstairs, have been converted to a huge, incredible bathroom, with walk through shower and twin sinks sat upon an antique cabinet.

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