Hafoty – Anglsey

History of the building

Hafoty at Llansadwrn is regarded as a unique example in North Wales of a timber-framed building which was later enclosed with stone.

Cadw have undertaken extensive restoration work at the house during the past few years.

It is understood it was built by the Norres family before passing to the Bulkeley’s in 1511.

The project

  • Select & supply Welsh Oak from North Wales
  • Templates made from drawings for machine cutter so as to match existing
  • Where possible, all joints were hand fitted
  • Incised carving by hand on windows