Rossett Hall

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Rossett Hall was a mid-eighteenth century Grade II listed Georgian manor house situated in the village of Rossett, North Wales. It is now a hotel.[1]


It was built in 1750 by John Boydell (1720–1804) as a country retreat for his family. Boydell was an engraver and publisher who became Lord Mayor of London in 1790.

Today, Rossett Hall is an independently owned hotel but still displays much of the original interior, such as the stone cantilevered staircase, grand chandelier, classical fireplace and lounge rooms.[2]


Coordinates: 53°06′37″N 2°56′42″W / 53.1102°N 2.9449°W / 53.1102; -2.9449