Full Report for Listed Buildings
Summary Description of a Listed Buildings
Date of Designation
Date of Amendment
Name of Property
Tea Pavilion, Hawarden Castle Estate
In the garden, to the SW of the new castle, adjacent to the perimeter wall.
A single-storey rectangular pavilion designed by H.S Goodhart-Rendel for his aunt, Lady Maud Ernestine Gladstone. Of uncoursed stone with rough-dressed detailing with flat roof. Mirrored, symmetrical E and W facades, each with central entrance, near-flush, with wide, depressed arch. Multi-pane french windows with Strawberry Hill fan. Similar flanking windows, arched, and
with plain string courses at springing and beneath a coped parapet. Projecting stone cills.
Adjoining the pavilion to the S a stepped up terrace with low coped wall. Access beneath to storage room. Adjoining walls sweep in a semi-circle to the S, with plain, central gate piers and conical stone finials.
Reason for designation
Group value with the New Castle.
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