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Home of the author, Ellis Wynne, remembered largely because of 'Visions of the Sleeping Bard', a Welsh masterpiece. More than two- thirds of the external stone walls belong to a house built towards the end of the Elizabethan period. It is believed...more
The house is the life long home of a Welsh poet .
Only open on Thursday and Friday afternoon but well worth a visit. The house dates back from the 16 th century and has an interesting structure. The guide is informative and after giving...More
What a fantastic place this is, the way the local community have come together to save this historic house is superb, the lady who guided us around telling us the story of the house was just brilliant and she was kind enough to give us...More
We spotted the sign, informing us of the cottage, while driving along the lower road between Harlech and Portmadog. It is hidden from the road, down a path. There had been no mention of the cottage in tourist information centres in the area or any...More
Restricted opening hours, 350 metre walk from car park, but well worth the effort. Historic house with lots of stairs and levels. Stand-in guide, but it was still fascinating tour. Will return again. Ask to see fold down bed with ropes, hence the expression sleep...More
This house is so different to many other heritage houses visited. The structure and history of the house is presented by Catrin Glyn in a most enthusiastic and informative way. Her personality shines through which makes your visit very enjoyable. Don't expect a furnished house...More
Y Lasynys Fawr was recommended to us by a local cafe owner in Harlech, and it turned out that we were staying at a holiday cottage across the road from it.
The lady running the property was friendly and enthusiastic, showing us around the house...More