Plas Mawr Wales

Plas Mawr, meaning great hall, was built for wealthy influential Welsh merchant Robert Wynn between 1576 and 1585. It dominates the street where it was built; the only building that over shadows the hall is nearby Conwy Castle. On the inside it is rich in ornamentation and design, and is one of the best surviving Victorian homes in Britain. It is now open for the public to see and has many original pieces of furniture.

Strange things have been witnessed at the house like the sound of heavy footsteps, a misty figure at the bottom of the stairs and sudden changes in temperatures.

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