Tregwynt: place of the winds
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This view of Tregwynt mansion shows its exposed position on the coast above Abermawr. There was a long-standing legend about buried treasure in the grounds here. In 1996 the lawn outside the ballroom, with its five tall windows seen here, was lifted to create a tennis court. Local metal detectorist, Roy Lewis, asked permission to investigate before the work proceeded. He discovered Wales' largest hoard of coins, 33 gold and 467 silver, covering a whole range of denominations, and including coins bearing the heads of every monarch from Edward VI (1547-53) right through to Charles I (1649). It is thought they were buried by the resident family during the Civil War of 1648. The hoard is on permanent display at the Museum of Wales in Cardiff.
The closest beach to 'Tregwynt: place of the winds' is Abermawr Bay Beach, Fishguard or why not check beaches nearby as we have 54 beaches in Pembrokeshire, or have a look at our list of Pembrokeshire dog friendly beaches, or even our United Kingdom Blue Flag beach list.
Some more photos from around the surrounding area