The chapel was built in 1836, modified in 1856, rebuilt in 1892 and modified again in 1905.
For Welshmen to learn to express their thoughts in English is now so universal throughout the Principality as to be taken as a matter of course, but the converse is just as rare. Last week, however, Captain J. Roberts, of the Symdde Dylluan Mine, delivered a lecture in the Congregational Chapel, Drws-y-coed, on Gas,” in Welsh, though an Englishman. As nothing is so entertaining to a Cymro as to hear an Englishman speak Welsh, there was a full house.
Cambrian News and Merionethshire Standard, 25 December 1874