Llwyngwril Gallery


Llwyngwril Gallery, Welsh Art, Crafts and Tea Room, Llwyngwril Gallery is found in the pretty village of Llwyngwril, on the A493 between Dolgellau and Tywyn, Gwynedd, in very Welsh Wales.

We sell only work created in Wales, which include works of art of many different styles, pottery and ceramics, jewellery and giftware, craftsman made walking sticks, with horn handles, pieces of furniture, sculptures, some textiles, Wooden toys, Dolls Houses, painted glass, turned wood, figurines, Apitherapy products, and handmade soaps, wooden and ceramic lovespoons, brass-ware, pressed floral art, Welsh Pantry products with our own label, greetings cards and postcards, and much more besides. On-line catalogue is in operation on 'Gallery' pages. We also have a tearoom to enable customers to take their time to browse the gallery, and make more of an 'outing' of their visit. We have a children's play corner, to enable parents to relax whilst here.

A great deal of work was done to select the goods we would have on sale, as quality is very important to us. We wanted to have something different to offer to the locals and tourists alike. All work sold here is made in Wales. There is a wealth of talent in this area, which has been largely inspired by this beautiful country. We have fine examples of varied and interesting products.

The Gallery started trading on 1st June, 2002, and have had much encouragement from the local people and visitors. Once people come in, they come back repeatedly. The building is full of character, with a lovely friendly feel to it. It was originally built in 1830s as a Church of England school. It has more recently been used as a Church Hall, and as it fell into disrepair, the Church decided to sell it. The new owners, Debbie Ashton and Peter Jarrard, did not hesitate to put in a bid for it, when it came on the market, as they could see the tremendous potential it had for a business such as this.

The gallery serves delicious teas, superb coffees (the best in town!), gateaux and the most delicious creamy Welsh ice-cream
It is a perfect opportunity to sit and enjoy the atmosphere of the gallery and to reflect on which works of art to buy!


Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015