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