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To quote Thomas Pennant : “… the village of Bedd Kelert, seated in a beautiful tract of meadows, at the junction of three vales … Its situation was the fittest in the world to inspire religious meditation, amidst lofty mountains, wood, and murmuring streams. … Bedd Kelert had been the most antient foundation in all the country, excepting Bardsey … there being a recital of a charter for certain lands bestowed on it by Llewelyn the Great, who began his reign in 1194…”

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