Symbolic 20th century Welsh farmhouse and home of one of Wales' best-known Welsh-language poets

Set against the beautiful Snowdonia National Park backdrop, Yr Ysgwrn is a traditional Welsh stone farmhouse that has become a national symbol of the losses of the First World War, Welsh-language bardic culture and rural Welsh life.

It is best known as the home of the Welsh-language poet, Hedd Wyn, who tragically lost his life in the conflicts of the First World War.

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Plan your Visit
Visiting yr Ysgwrn is a unique and magical experience. Located in the beautiful Cwm Prysor, Trawsfynydd, you will find peace and tranquillity here.
Plan your Visit
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History
Yr Ysgwrn's history not only reflects the tragedy of war and loss but the Welsh-language bardic tradition and rural Welsh life at the turn of the 20th century.
Yr Ysgwrn's History
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Book a Guided Tour
Get a deep insight into the Yr Ysgwrn farmhouse and Hedd Wyn's life with a guided tour by a member of Yr Ysgwrn's dedicated team of seasonal staff.
Book a Tour
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