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Bodfan Farm lies a little way south-west of the small village of LLandwrog – within easy walking
distance from the coastline.
Little is known of Bodfan Farm other than that the antiquity of human settlement in the area is
attested to by a nearby megalithic standing stone.
The earliest part of the farmhouse itself dates back to the 17th century – being identified in the 1682
inventory of the deceased owner, William Lloyd. It is now a heritage listed Grade II building and
formed part of what is referred to as a ‘unit’ system comprising a number of households belonging to
the same family. These three sketches were done by Beatrice

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