Llanllyfni is located just five minutes away from the beautiful Snowdonia National Park in the north west of the county of Gwynedd, North Wales. With easy access to the fabulous beaches of the Llyn Peninsula and the celebrated Welsh town of Caernarfon seven miles away, Llanllyfni is an ideal place to stay when exploring this part of North Wales.
The old church of Llanllyfni is dedicated to Saint Rhedyw. No early written history exists, but there is a strong tradition that either he was born locally or that he founded the first Christian church here. His feast day is 6th of July when Llanllyfni Fair is held each year. Not far away (near Nasareth) is Eisteddfa Rhedyw where the saint is said to have lived for some time and where his chair, his thumbprint and the hoofprint of his horse may be seen imprinted on the stone.....
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