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>It’s near the lake where King Arthur came across the Lady of the Lake in folklore.
I had never heard this before so I did some in depth and detailed academic research, i.e. I looked at the Wikipedia page. The lake you are referring to is Llyn Llydaw, which is indeed one of the proposed sites for the location of this myth.
>A number of locations in Great Britain are traditionally associated with the Lady of the Lake’s abode. They include Dozmary Pool, Llyn Llydaw, Llyn Ogwen, The Loe, Pomparles Bridge, Loch Arthur, and Aleines. Pergusa Lake in Sicily, in France, she is associated with the forest of Brocéliande.