Ty Llwyd Cottage is on the opposite side of the A470 from the main part of Trawsfynydd village next to the old railway station on the line that ran from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Bala. It occupies and elevated position so you can see across to the mountains on the other side of the lake and down towards Coed-y-Brenin.
From the south approach on the A470 from Dogellau. As you approach signs for Trawsfynydd you will see a turning on the right (A4212) to Bala. The Prysor service station is on that corner. Approximately 100 metres further on (opposite the turn second into Trawsfynydd) there is another right turn called Station Road. Follow this road up passed the graveyard and take the next turn on the right before the road bends around to the left. This is Stryd Ardudwy. Follow the street around to the left, go over the old railway line and take the next right into Ty Llwyd Terrace. Ty Llwyd Cottage (Number 11) is towards the far end. It is best to park on the slate gravel of the front garden as there are not many parking spaces for the residents.
If you are coming from the A5 take the turn off to Bala (A494) and follow that road until you get to Bala. Just before the start of the high street take the right turn (A4212) to Ffestiniog and Trawsfynydd. You can follow this road all the way to the A470 (Prysor Service Station is on this junction). Turn right then 100 metres later take the next right (Station Road). After that the directions are same as above.