The Literary Institute, a registered charity, is one of the few buildings on the river / sea side of Aberdyfi and has had a long and chequered history.
It was founded in 1882 and was formerly an old bath house and a meeting place of the Plymouth Brethren.
Its Jubilee Year was commemorated by a building extension which cost over £2,000 - a considerable sum then - and the Institutes Centenary Year was marked by improvements and modernisation work costing £25,000.
The Reading Room is open to the public who are invited to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this room whilst reading the daily papers - be sure to take advantage of the spectacular view!
Wi-Fi connection is also available here.
If you would like to become a member of the Literary Institute please contact the Secretary,
Currently subscription fees are £10 per annum and this income greatly helps to keep the Institute viable and open to the public.
If you wish to play snooker on a 'guest' basis, Day Membership is available costing £2 per visit. A key to the snooker room is kept at Aberdyfi Village Stores (CostCutter) and will need to be returned after use.
Rooms at the Institute may be booked for Coffee Mornings, Meetings, etc. by contacting
the Secretary (phone number as above).
The Institute is not open on Sundays.
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