Ty'n Rhyl: Denbighshire County Council | Wynne Construction

Ty'n Rhyl: Denbighshire County Council

  • Client Denbighshire County Council


    Denbighshire County Council

The renovation of Ty'n Rhyl (the oldest house in Rhyl - dating back to 1672) was carried out in association with the South West Rhyl Area Group Renewal Scheme and required close liaison with the owners, the conservation architect and Denbighshire County Council.

The work comprised structural repairs to the roof and external walls, the rebuilding of the chimney stacks and a new slate roof. It also involved extensive repairs to the vaulted lead dormers, as well as repairs and replacement of windows and doors. External walls were re-rendered, sandstone quoins, sills and lintels replaced, stonework re-pointed and cleaned, and cast-iron work renewed.

Throughout the refurbishment, the hotel and restaurant remained operational, thanks to the considered approach to the project by our team of skilled craftsmen. The conservation work demanded the highest standards and, through our efforts, the house has been sympathetically restored.


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