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The Wycoller hot house was an unknown mound in the corner of the eighteenth century Wycoller Hall garden.  It was shown on early maps as a small building with some associated walls.  The excavation was undertaken over 2008-9 and exposed a complex of walls and plant pot and glass fragments, all consistent with a Georgian hot house built into a bank and facing south.  Other garden structures and landscape forms can be traced beneath the surface.