Welcome to Llwyngwril

Enjoy our beautiful coastal Snowdonia village

Llwyngwril is a beautiful village nestled where the mountains meet the sea and boasting a long and rich history. This picturesque village, with traditional stone cottages, an incredible seaside location and a well-stocked village shop serves as an ideal base for exploring this stunning part of South Snowdonia. There are plenty of accommodation options from luxurious B&Bs and self-catering apartments to seaside glamping sites and caravan pitches. Whether you enjoy the peace and tranquility of the forests and the sea or the high paced adrenaline rush of water sports and some of the best mountain biking trails in the world…it is all here! 

Latest News

Yarn-bombing 2022

After a 2 year break due to the pandemic the yarn-bombers are back with a vengeance this year, exhibits will start to go out sometime in May for the summer displays.  Here be Dragons

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Llwyngwril Fete 2018

Brilliant day and brilliant weather  – here are a few photos of the Hobby Horse Gymkhana It really was a brilliant day and the sun shone so much that I had to go and have a lie down afterwards (could possibly have been the cider but I blame the sunshine).  Funniest hobby horse gymkhana ever was seen with the contestants

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A short walk through the village

The Llwyngril Guidebook

Order your Illustrated Guide to Llwyngwril by selecting the postage option and then clicking on the link below. Lots of interesting reading about places to visit and the history of Llwyngwril in both Welsh and English.


We have a variety of accommodation options in the village. There is something for everyone. Camping, Glamping, a Touring Caravan Site, B&B's and Self Catering Cottages for small and large parties. Take your pick.


Our Village is rich in history. Quakers links, a prehistoric hill fort and the second oldest church in Wales, just for starters. There is of course a strong interest in the community history and you can find details and pictures in this section.


The area is full of interesting things to do and wonderful sights to see. With the second most popular Welsh mountain and steam railways close by, Bird Rock just down the road and a view of Snowdon from the beach. If you're lucky you may see dolphins swimming in the bay.