Clytha House


Clytha House is listed Grade I, is owned by The National Trust and is described ‘as one of the best neo-classical houses in Wales’. The house was designed by Edward Haycock of Shrewsbury and replaced an earlier Georgian house on the site.


The works undertaken involved extensive repairs to the existing chimney stacks that showed signs of degradation and were in need of extensive repairs to preserve the existing fabric. The work also involved the upgrading of numerous services within the building, requiring careful planning and execution to avoid any detrimental effect on the exceptional interiors and decorative finishes.


All of the repair and refurbishment works undertaken at Clytha followed traditional principles, and the philosophy was one of minimal intervention and minimal loss of original fabric.