Information - Areas of Gwynedd - Llanuwchllyn

Area profile

Llanuwchllyn is approximately 6 miles from Bala, and is situated at the southern end of Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid).

Llanuwchllyn railway station is the headquarters of the narrow gauge Bala Lake Railway. The Village was the birthplace of Welsh language author and educationalist Owen Morgan Edwards.

Due to rural location of the village, there are limited shops, services and facilities.

View Housing in Llanuwchllyn here



Llangywer is a small hamlet, 3 miles from Bala situated on the south-eastern side of Bala lake. The village is on the (original) turnpike-road leading from Dinas-Mawddwy to Bala and Corwen.

This is a rural area and access to transport would be beneficial to live here.

View housing in Llangywer here

Llanuwchllyn Photos


Llanuwchllyn Properties


We don't have exact figures of Privately Rented accommodation in the area but research suggests:

There is a VERY LOW availability.


Local Facilities


School     Railway Station    

You can get more information on the area from the Gwynedd Council site.


You can get information on Schools in this area here.


You can get information on local Health facilities here.

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