CEREDIGION HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Llanon Historic Mapping - OS Six Inch, 1888-1913, Reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland

Llanon History

Llanon history, archaeology and antiquities. Is a historic village in Ceredigion, formerly Cardiganshire, West Wales. Situated on the Cardigan Bay coastline, between Llanrhystud and Aberarth. Towards the sea you find the historic hamlet of Llansanffraid.

  • Llanon Museum Cottage is a rare example of a typical 18th century Ceredigion cottage.
  • View of Llanon from A487 - Discover the archaeology, antiquities and history of Ceredigion
  • Llanon's historic field strips - Discover the archaeology, antiquities and history of Ceredigion
  • Historic Slangs of Llanon - Discover the archaeology, antiquities and history of Ceredigion
  • Llanon History - Discover the archaeology, antiquities and history of Ceredigion
  • History of Llanon - Discover the archaeology, antiquities and history of Ceredigion
  • Historic village of Llanon - Discover the archaeology, antiquities and history of Ceredigion

History of Llanon
Llanon Museum Cottage is a rare example of a typical 18th century Ceredigion cottage.
Llanon Museum Cottage
is a rare example of a typical
18th century Ceredigion cottage.
County: Ceredigion
Community: Llanon
Traditional County: Cardiganshire
Map Reference SN56NW
Grid Reference SN5155367025
Medieval Parish
Cantref: Uwch Aeron
Commote: Anhuniog
Ecclesiastical Parish: 
Llansantffraid, Acres 4888.814
Parish Hundred: Ilar
Electoral Ward:
Llansantffraed
Listed Buildings: Llanon
Scheduled Monuments: Llanon
The Hall, Llanon, a 16th century building. Also the earliest known example of a chimneyed house in Ceredigion
The Hall, Llanon, a 16th century
building. Also the earliest known
example of a chimneyed
house in Ceredigion.

Since 1909 the Ceredigion Historical Society has published articles written about the archaeology, antiquities and history of Ceredigion, many of the articles are about Llanon history.

1. Local History

Llanon Museum Cottage is a rare example of a typical 18th century Ceredigion cottage.

The Hall (Y Neuadd), is thought to be Tudor in date from around the 16th century.

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