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Llwynywermod (Welsh: Llwynywermwd), also known as Llwynywormwood, is an estate owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, just outside the Brecon Beacons National Park in Carmarthenshire, Wales. The 192-acre (0.78 km2) estate is near the village of Myddfai, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.


William Williams, a relative of Anne Boleyn, was the owner back in the 13th or 14th Centuries. In 1815, George Griffies-Williams was created a baronet, and Llwynywermod became the seat of the Griffies-Williams baronets,[1] a line which came to an end in 1877.

In November 2006 Llwynywermod was purchased by the Duchy of Cornwall as a residence for the Duke in Wales.[2][1] The Duchy completed its purchase of the property in April 2007.[2] Prince Charles, who is also the Duke of Cornwall, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, took up residence at the property in summer 2008.[1]


The three-bedroom farmhouse was converted into a residence for Charles, Prince of Wales, by Craig Hamilton Architects[3] using traditional building techniques.[4] It was once the coach house to the now ruined 13-bedroom country house of the Griffies-Williams family that stood nearby. The courtyard range adjoining the main house is let as holiday accommodation when the Prince is not in residence.[5]

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  1. ^ a b c "Royal history of Charles' estate". BBC. 9 November 2008. Retrieved June 15, 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Llwynywermod". Clarence House. Missing or empty |url= (help)
  3. ^ Craig Hamilton Architects: Llwynywermod
  4. ^ "The Prince of Wales visits Llwynywermod near Myddfai"
  5. ^ Premier Cottages

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Coordinates: 51°58′09″N 3°47′29″W / 51.9691°N 3.7913°W / 51.9691; -3.7913