Hen Cwrt moated site is defined by a rectangular platform, 39m by 45m, set within a moat, 72.5m by 76m overall. Excavation in 1957 demonstrated a sequence of occupation starting in the thirteenth century, the moat being the work of the fourteenth century. After a haiatus in occupation during the fifteenth century substantial buildings were constructed/adapted in the sixteenth century when the site was used as a park lodge, occupation ceasing in the seventeenth century.
Craster & Lewis, Archaeologia Cambrensis 112 (1963), 159-83.
OS495 card: SO31NE6.
RCAHMW air photos: 94-CS 0568; 945075/68.