In area of outstanding national beauty, Llyn Gweryd has no record of its origin other than a large area of wetland with a small peat island 1783.
In 1951 Peat extraction and the creation of a small dam flooded the wetland to create 12.5 acre lake which was used for supplying drinking water to local farms and villages.
1971 - 1985 Llyn Gweryd operated a trout fishery.
1989 The lake was restocked with Coarse fish and Carp to 20lbs and for the past 28yrs the fish have been breeding and maturing prolifically giving us a stock of over 1500 counted carp.
The Dam bay averages 6ft snag free on a bed of firm shingle. The north western end is 6ft - 10ft on a soft bed of peat and blood worm.
The lake home to a secret peat island which rises in June before submurging again in late November. estimated size to be 30m x 25m kidney shaped which holds many good fish.
The lakes is 395m long x 200m at its widest holding over 65,000 cubic metres of water.
February 2016 as new owners we decided to give the fish a well earned break and to start the renovation works.
March 2017 Reopened connecting your passion with nature.