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Pwll-y-Wrach
for the SSSI in Powys see Pwll-y-wrach.

Pwll-y-Wrach or Pwllywrach is a historic manor house to the east of Colwinston, Vale of Glamorgan, south Wales. The house and its Western garden house and Eastern garden house are all listed as Grade II listed buildings in their own right. The novelist Agatha Christie was a frequent visitor to the village and stayed at the house with her daughter Rosalind, son-in-law Hubert, and her only grandchild Matthew; her descendants, the Prichard family, still live at the former manor.

The house dates approximately from the 17th century. Points of architectural interest are the fireplace and main staircase in the entrance hall. A "lamb and flag" crest can be seen on the fa├žade of the house.