Nannau was used as an officer’s neurological hospital. These hospitals were used for short-term treatment lasting months, rather than extended treatment lasting for years. Nannau was chosen due to it’s quiet location and private grounds. The nearby house at Maes-y-Bryner was used as a guest house for the relatives of the sick patients.
Read the Letters Home of Lt. E. Trevor Evans, R.F.C., R.A.F.
Exterior back view of central section of Nannau showing the pavilion wing and other buildings. Photo taken in the 1950s. © Crown copyright RCAHMW.
Nannau circa 1960
The house now has three self-catering suites (two on the first floor of the house and one on the first floor of the Coach House). See Brochures & Advertising.
Photo courtesy of David Brown.
1998 Sales Brochure Cover
The Daily Telegraph on 7th August, 1999. See Brochures & Advertising.
View a FLICKR ALBUM of photos of Nannau during its 1999 renovation. Photos courtesy of Baron Westwood.
Nannau from the north-west. Taken on May 17th, 2005. © Crown copyright RCAHMW.
Nannau in 2013 - Courtesy of The Georgian Group