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If visiting gelerts grave do as we did and take a longer route the other side of the river and return to the ruins / grave last. quieter if longer stroll and the riverbank is far prettier. Also if you visit the ruins you see...More
Gelert (Welsh pronunciation: [ˈɡɛlɛrt]) is a legendary dog associated with the village of Beddgelert (whose name means "Gelert's Grave") in Gwynedd, north-west Wales. The story of Gelert is a variation on the well-worn "Faithful Hound" folk-tale motif, which lives on as an urban legend. It...More
The story of Gelerts grave is centuries old and the location is very well kept and only a few minutes walk from the main street.
The paths make access suitable for everyone and there a a number of benches to take in the sights and...More
Beautiful village, weather was fantastic, people were really friendly. The grave is a lovely walk (not far). Don’t forget to have a look in the little ruins just behind the grave. Enjoy an ice cream after.