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Llanon Cottage

In the village of Llanon there are ruins known as Neuadd (hall) which was probably an important Tudor building and nearby is one of the last surviving cottages in west Wales with original straw rope underthatch.

Llanon Cottage

These were left to Ceredigion Museum by Alex Cameron in memory of his wife, Elsbeth, (nee Lloyd), a native of Llanon who also left a plot of land near the cottage for a public park. SY23 5HD

  1. Access for wheelchair users travelling with assistance
  2. Admission free.
  • Open from 2.00pm - 4.00pm Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during August and August Bank Holiday Monday.
  • The ruins, park and children's play area are open at all times.  

Llanon village lies on the A487 between Aberaeron and Aberystwyth.

Llanon map

It is famous for its association with St Non and St David and for the strip of good agricultural land which borders the sea, particularly between the rivers Clydan and Peris where mediaeval strip fields still survive.

Llanon map 2

On the coast there is an interesting church with a 13th century tower and early 19th century nave. The beach is pebbly with some sand, and is normally secluded. The geological strata on the cliff have been classified as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

PUBLIC FACILITIES:

Llanon map 3

Toilets:    near the car park and near the church

Childrens playground, shops, places to eat.

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CAR PARKING

Visitors are advised to park near the tennis courts off Stryd yr Ysgol  (turn off the main road next to the Hotel). Walk south along the main road to the cottage and ruins in Heol Non


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