Why on earth would you go for a holiday in Hell?

Your Local Crowd would like to welcome new contributor Sian Price, owner of the fabulous Tynrhyd. A luxury 5* beautifully restored traditional stone barn, located in an idyllic and tranquil setting at [...]

History – The Monks of St Dogmaels

History - St Dogmaels Abbey ruins © Glen Johnson If the mention of monks at St. Dogmaels Abbey conjures up a mental image of some rosy cheeked corpulent [...]

HISTORY – Y FELIN, ST. DOGMAELS

Y Felin in St Dogmaels FLOUR POWER - Y FELIN, ST. DOGMAELS One of the hidden gems of North Pembrokeshire is one of the country's last fully-operational [...]

HISTORY – LLECHRYD BRIDGE

Llechryd Bridge by J Valentine - ca 1900 Llechryd Bridge 2013 HOW WE ALMOST LOST LLECHRYD BRIDGE The village of Llechryd takes its' name from [...]

HISTORY – CILGERRAN’S LOST WEIR

Cilgerran Gorge During the Middle Ages, salmon was a major part of the diet of people living around the Teifi estuary. Cilgerran's inhabitants were no exception, and [...]

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