I find it weird that people are so keen to make Godric Gryffindor Welsh (and by extension have Godric’s Hollow/Potter Manor/whatever in Wales).
I mean, Godric isn’t a Welsh name, it’s old English, and if we go by the sorting hat song:
Bold Gryffindor, from wild moor,
Fair Ravenclaw, from glen,
Sweet Hufflepuff, from valley broad,
Shrewd Slytherin, from fen.
then Godric is much more likely to be from the North of England, possibly around Yorkshire. Hufflepuff is the more likely candidate to be Welsh; Wales is known for it’s valleys and mountains after all.
Based on the hat’s song, Hufflepuff is most likely Welsh, Ravenclaw is probably Scottish, Gryffindor would be from the North of England and Slytherin would probably be from the East of England, around Peterborough.
Idk, I just find it interesting that people see a Welsh connection with Gryffindor, because I really don’t.