Outrage after developer changes Welsh name on Anglesey country retreat

Developers are accused of ‘shocking disrespect’ towards Welsh language and culture after four-bedroom holiday home on Anglesey called ‘Gwel-yr-Wyddfa’ is renamed ‘Sandy Retreat’

  • A holiday home on the Isle of Anglesey has changed its Welsh language name
  • ‘Gwel-yr-Wfddfa’ is named after nearby Mount Snowden, or Wfddfa in Welsh
  • The name ‘Gwel-yr-Wfddfa’ translates roughly into English as Snowden View  

A holiday home company has been met with fury after changing a Welsh language name to ‘Sandy Retreat’.

Developers boasted that they ‘renamed’ a holiday home from the Welsh language to a quaint English name on the island of Anglesey.

The title was previously called Gwel-yr-Wyddfa – which translates roughly as ‘Snowdon View’. Mount Snowdon, known as Wyddfa in Welsh,…

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