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Beddgelert Gwynedd Wales
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A shop and exhibition are housed in this 17th-century cottage in the care of the National Trust. Situated in the picturesque village of Beddgelert, near the Aberglaslyn Pass and within the Snowdonia National Park. Once known as Llywelyn Cottage or Bwythyn Llywelyn the property occupies the site of the medieval hunting lodge of Llywelyn the Great, Prince of Wales. It features highly displays on the history and wildlife of the area and a nineteenth century kitchen. The house was used as an inn during the 1790s and a man is recorded as having drowned inside the building during a major flood in 1799 which swept the adjacent bridge away. There are superb walks in the area, including a stroll to the legendary Gelert's grave. Riverside path with new bridge providing access for all. Way-marked themed walks at nearby Craflwyn
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