At Naid-y-March (Horse's Leap) near the village of Brynford pictured above, are two standing stones that retain an air of mystery. Their origin is unknown. On moonlit nights, it has been said a phantom horseman searches for something at this spot.
Its original owner, in all his costumed splendour - complete with ornate ruff, reputedly haunts this Elizabethan house! He has been observed sitting in a chair at the top of the stairs, or walking through walls. A sudden drop in temperature would announce his appearances beforehand.