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  • Detached house for sale

    Llwyngwril LL37

    3 3 1

    An amazing unique coastal property with breathtaking seascape views. The architecturally designed detached house is an exceptional build example and it is rare that a property in this ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Llwyngwril LL37

    4 4 2

    The Gallery offers a superb opportunity to acquire a ready made business of 2 letting properties with on-going bookings ready to commence trading on completion. Set in a former schoolhouse ... read more

    Welsh Property Services

    Welsh Property Services

  • Country house for sale

    Rhoslefain, Tywyn LL36

    9 3 2

    Accommodation in Brief Main House Entrance Hall | Sitting Room | Drawing Room | Dining Room | Reception Hall | Kitchen | Utility Room | Breakfast Room | Five First Floor Bedrooms | Two First ... read more

    Finest Properties

    Finest Properties

  • Country house for sale

    Llanegryn, Tywyn LL36

    4 2 3

    Troed y Rhiw is a very unique property, unassuming from the front original elevation but greatly extended to the rear. The total renovation and extension project was completed in 2005 to a ... read more

    Welsh Property Services

    Welsh Property Services

  • Detached house for sale

    Llanegryn, Tywyn, Gwynedd LL36

    4 1 2

    The Dysynni Valley is particularly noted for its outstanding natural beauty and will be of particular interest to those interested in outdoor activities such as cycling, walking, fishing and ... read more

    Morris Marshall & Poole - Tywyn

    Morris Marshall & Poole - ...

  • Detached house for sale

    Bryncrug, Tywyn LL36

    3 2 2

    Tan y Graig is situated on the edge of Bryncrug with beautiful rural views of the Dysynni valley. Immaculately presented inside and out and comprising large living room with clear-view multi ... read more

    Welsh Property Services

    Welsh Property Services

  • Semi-detached house for sale

    Aberamffra Road, Barmouth, Gwynedd. LL42

    4 2 3

    Spectacular position and views - An imposing Grade ll listed Georgian double fronted semi detached family residence (constructed circa 1819) commanding wonderful views from 8 of it's rooms ... read more

    warriners.co.uk

    warriners.co.uk

  • Detached house for sale

    Rhoslefain, Tywyn, Gwynedd LL36

    4 2 1

    Situated on the roadside in the quiet village of Rhoslefain, approximately 6 miles from the busy coastal town of Tywyn and approximatley 7 miles to Aberdyfi. A tastefully modernised and ... read more

    Morris Marshall & Poole - Tywyn

    Morris Marshall & Poole - ...

  • Bungalow for sale

    Penrhyn Drive South, Fairbourne LL38

    4 2 1

    Farcroft is a detached individually designed dormer bungalow of rendered brick construction under a tiled roof. The bungalow is situated in one of the most popular locations in the village ... read more

    Morris Marshall & Poole - Tywyn

    Morris Marshall & Poole - ...

  • Bungalow for sale

    Ffordd Corsen, Fairbourne, Gwynedd LL38

    3 1 1

    High quality detached bungalow. Traditional build in brick & block. 3 bedroomed accommodation. Beautifully presented and well stocked gardens. Large garage/workshop. New combi boiler Under ... read more

    Morris Marshall & Poole - Tywyn

    Morris Marshall & Poole - ...

  • Terraced house for sale

    Bryncrug, Tywyn LL36

    2 1 2

    This well presented mid terrace cottage has been refurbished by the current vendor to a high standard. With upvc double glazing, lpg central heating and Worcester boiler (installed (2015), ... read more

    Welsh Property Services

    Welsh Property Services

  • Terraced house for sale

    Belgrave Road, Fairbourne, Gwynedd LL38

    4 2 2

    A 4/5 Bedroom terraced property, recently improved & modernised to include new roof and windows & re-wired through the 3 floors of accommodation. The village of Fairbourne is known for its ... read more

    Morris Marshall & Poole - Tywyn

    Morris Marshall & Poole - ...

  • Bungalow for sale

    Glan Y Mor, Fairbourne LL38

    3 1 1

    The village of Fairbourne is known for its superb sandy beach and has good local facilities with further amenities in Dolgellau and Tywyn The property Is approached via a gated access to the ... read more

    Morris Marshall & Poole - Tywyn

    Morris Marshall & Poole - ...

  • Semi-detached house for sale

    Pen Morfa, Tywyn, Gwynedd LL36

    3 1 2

    A well presented semi detached house situated on the outskirts of Tywyn. The accommodation comprises on the ground floor a kitchen, lounge, dining room and a conservatory. On the first floor ... read more

    Morris Marshall & Poole - Tywyn

    Morris Marshall & Poole - ...

Living in Llwyngwril: The local area guide

Llwyngwril is a small, friendly village situated in Gwynedd, Wales. It’s known for its welcoming atmosphere as well as its abundant natural beauty, as you can view the forests, ocean, and mountains of Snowdonia National Park surrounding the village. Llwyngwril is home to only 500 residents, which gives it a close, small-town feeling and generous community spirit.

The River Gwril runs right through the village, and sandy beaches are revealed during low tide. These are ideal for inspecting tidal pools or wildlife-spotting. Dolphins, buzzards, and hen harriers can all be seen in the Snowdonia region. Popular areas for sport and recreation near Llwyngwril include Cader Idris or ‘Idris’ Chair’ for climbing, as well as all of the walking and cycling paths along the Mawddach Estuary.

You’ll find a Quaker burial ground established in 1646 within the village, which showcases its strong links to the Quaker Society of Friends movement. Local services are plentiful and include a pub, church, and village hall.

Demographics

Although there are only 500 residents within Llwyngwril, it’s part of the larger Llangelynin ward and electoral division, and is considered part of the Dwyfor Meirionnydd constituency. Residents come from a number of different backgrounds as far as social grades are concerned, with the top professions being skilled manual positions, as well as managerial and professional roles.

Llwyngwril also has an unusually high percentage of self-employed residents in comparison to the rest of the UK, with many entrepreneurs choosing to take up residence in this charming coastal village. The majority of homes are detached, but you’ll also find terraced and semi-detached properties within the village. Many of these homes are owned outright by residents, at a much higher percentage than the national average.

Education

Due to its small size, there is no school within Llwyngwril. However, students benefit from several other schools in the area, including Barmouth Primary School and Ysgol Y Traeth Primary in Barmouth. The larger town of Dolgellau is home to the main secondary school in the area, Ysgol Y Gader.

It was originally established in 1665, opening up its doors to coeducational pupils in 1962. Today, the school is bilingual and teaches students between the ages of 11-16 from throughout the region. It’s particularly well known for its friendly atmosphere and student achievements.

Transport

There is a railway station within Llwyngwril, with services provided by Arriva Trains Wales. Two services are available, including one from Pwllheli to Machynlleth throughout the week and a less frequent option from Barmouth to Machynlleth. This only stops at the local station once a day.

Further transport links include public bus services operated by Lloyd in Machynlleth. This includes the 28 bus, which runs from Dolgellau to Tywyn and back throughout the day. National rail and bus links are available in these larger towns.

Perhaps the simplest way to get around the area is with a car, because the village is positioned right on the A493. It is at an equidistant point from both Tywyn and Dolgellau.

Amenities and shopping

Although it may be small, Llwyngwril offers a range of basic amenities and community-centric services to enjoy. The Garthangharad Inn is a top spot for socialising, offering accommodation, meals, as well as expertly-pulled pints in a traditional and warm atmosphere. Riverside Stores is a local shop and post office branch, which sells basic groceries and various sundries.

The main village hall, Y Ganolfan, is where locals gather for sociable coffee mornings and special events. The main church in town is St Celynnin’s Church, but you’ll also find Hen Eglwys Llangelynnin Old Church just down the road.

Additional shops are available in the villages surrounding LLwyngwril. One of the busiest high streets in the area can be found in Barmouth, about a 20-minute drive to the north. This includes both independent and high street brand names to suit most shopping needs.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact editor@primelocation.com

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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