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Stable and Cartshed at Hafod y Llan

A Grade II Listed Building in Beddgelert, Gwynedd

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.041 / 53°2'27"N

Longitude: -4.0474 / 4°2'50"W

OS Eastings: 262829

OS Northings: 351258

OS Grid: SH628512

Mapcode National: GBR 5T.DF93

Mapcode Global: WH551.STVL

Entry Name: Stable and Cartshed at Hafod y Llan

Listing Date: 18 June 1999

Last Amended: 18 June 1999

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 21920

Building Class: Agriculture and Subsistence

Location: At the foot of Cwm y Llan in Nant Gwynant (between Llyn Dinas and Llyn Gwynant). The haybarn is set on the SW side of the yard, beyond the cowhouses.

County: Gwynedd

Town: Caernarfon

Community: Beddgelert

Community: Beddgelert

Locality: Nant Gwynant

Traditional County: Caernarfonshire

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History

The farmstead at Hafod y Llan has early origins (part of the grange of Aberconwy in the C16); the present farmhouse is a C18 building, and its farmbuildings represent a C19 building phase marking a significant investment in agricultural improvement in this area in the mid C19.

Exterior

Combined stable and cartshed building. Blue-grey stone in big blocks laid roughly to courses and with roughly dressed quoins, and slate half-hipped roof. Slate hanging to gable. 2 storeyed, with gable-end paired arched entrances (one with boarded door) beneath half-hipped gable with boarded loft door and owl hole centrally over. Elevation to farmyard has external staircase to upper doorway, centrally beneath dormer gable. Door to stable beyond this. Single window to stable opposite this doorway in E elevation, and 2 wide small-paned windows to loft above.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as an ambitiously scaled and planned combined farm-building which forms part of an improvement period C19 farmstead - a rare surviving example of its type in Snowdonia, illustrating the process of investment in agriculture typical of the small estates characteristic of this region.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Cowhouse at Hafod y Llan
    Situated at the foot of Cwm y Llan between Llyn Dinas and Llyn Gwynant. The cowhouse encloses the yard to the NW.
  • II Haybarn at Hafod y Llan
    Situated at the foot of Cwm y Llan (between Llyn Dinas and Llyn Gwynant). The haybarn is set immediately outside the main farmyard, behind the cowhouses.
  • II Hafod-y-Llan
    Located on the NW side of the Afon Glaslyn set back a quarter of a kilometer from the road between Bethania and the Llyn Gwynant; at the end of a lane running parallel with the main road and immediate
  • II Pont Bethania
    Spanning the Afon Glaslyn approximately 2.5km NE of Beddgelert village and carrying the old turnpike road; immediately SE of the modern road bridge.
  • II Foot Bridge 100m E of Ysgoldy
    Spanning the Afon Glaslyn approximately 100m N of the main road and 100m E of Ysgoldy.
  • II Bethania Chapel
    Located prominently by the side of the main road in Bethania and raised up on a revetted, sloped terrace with simple fleur-de-lis railings surmounting the wall in front of the chapel; adjoining the fo
  • II Field Cowhouse NE of Llyndy Isaf
    Located on the brow of a hill to the NE of Llyndy Isaf farm, approximately 750m S of Bethania; accessed via a track running SW from the road leading from Bethania to the Nanmor valley.

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