Meaning “Accommodation of the Farmer” (who keeps livestock)
From the 1975 Auction Catalogue (Lot 7)
A CHARMING MODERNISED SMALL COUNTRY HOUSE
occupying a unique site on high ground with extensive views, situated on...
Meaning “Sheltered Field”.
NOTE: The old welsh word “Clyd” has the same derivation as used in the River Clyde in Scotland (“Sheltered River”).
From the 1975 Auction Catalogue (Lot 25)
AN ATTRACTIVE BUT...
From the 1975 Auction Catalogue (Lot 15)
Tyddyn Bach Farm (with Glasdir Uchaf Land)
With a Licence to Graze 120 Sheep on Rhobell Mynydd (part of Lot 1).
Situated on the west of the Estate...
From the 1975 Auction Catalogue (Lot 26)
Pen-y-Cefn Uchaf Farm
Extending to about 23.458 Acres.
This small Dairy Farm is situated at the extreme south-western corner of the Estate, close in to Dolgellau, the...
aka Pen Fridd “End (or Head) of the Upland Pasture”
From the 1975 Auction Catalogue (Lot 3)
A MODERNISED COUNTRY COTTAGE
Delightfully situated in a secluded position surrounded by farmland and woodland and approached...
Meaning “Old Field”
From the 1975 Auction Catalogue
NANNAU HOME FARM
A DETACHED TWO-STOREY COUNTRY COTTAGE
in need of modernisation and conversion
situated on the roadside at Nannau, about midway between Dolgellau and Llanfachreth. The Cottage...
The book, "Nannau – A Rich Tapestry of Welsh History" by Philip Nanney Williams is available to buy here.
I would like to thank the following people for their help and contributions to this website (and my previous one at nannau.com): Dennis Yancey (and his Nanney Family Archives), David Brown, Philip Nanney Williams, Christopher Quaile, Miles Wynn Cato (welshart.co.uk), Welsh Antiques (welshantiques.com), The National Library of Wales, The National Museum of Wales and The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales.