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Traditional stone-built upland 16th-century farmhouse

Explore centuries of Welsh living in this traditional stone-built upland farmhouse.

Set in the heart of the beautiful Conwy Valley, Ty Mawr was the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, the first translator of the Bible into Welsh.

Walks lead from the house through woodland and traditionally managed landscape.

The Bible collection at Ty Mawr Wybrnant

The first edition of the Welsh Bible appeared in 1588, before the King James Bible, with a revised version published in 1620. It is this later version which continues to be used in Wales today.

Tyn y Coed Uchaf and Cwm Eidda walk

A walk through the history of upland Wales, taking in riverside, open farm land and the remains of ancient woodland. There's a huge range of plants and wildlife to see in this special place.

Ty Mawr Wybrnant and Cwm Wybrnant walk

Enjoy this three-mile (5km) walk as it takes you through the natural and social history of this Welsh upland valley. At its centre is Ty Mawr Wybrnant.

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