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Very interesting visit made super special by the informative and interesting talk provided by Will who was the National Trust representative there. He was entertaining and incredibly knowledgable we learnt so much about the social history of the place it was told with humour and...More
A group of four friends visited this National Trust property.
The building was fascinating but the highlight was the caretaker, Will, telling the most wonderful story of historical living conditions in this building. He explained in detail how life was for families up to the...More
After driving through really fabulous scenery we came to Ty Mawr which is a really adorable rustic stone house in the middle of nowhere. Our guide is a most amusing man who told us the stories of the former inhabitants and their harrowing tribulations. Imagine...More
This is quite possibly the most remote National Trust site I've been to on the UK mainland. A long narrow road takes you to the house which is nestled at the bottom of a valley a few miles from Penmachno. Our guide has lived in...More
This National Trust property was the birthplace of (Bishop) William Morgan, (in 1545), who first translated the whole of the Bible into Welsh. The small house is approached along some very narrow tracks, (drivers beware), and the car park is a 500 yard walk away....More
As i have been studying welsh for many years and married to a Welsh man. I was interested to see this place once i joined the National Trust. Last weekend was Drws Agored/Open Doors. So we chose to come and see what was here.
A delightful little cottage set in beautiful surroundings, so peaceful. We visited with our dog on Friday and had a wonderful reception. The Guide was so good and friendly. He knew so much about the history of the cottage and put his knowledge over in...More
The weather had been grim so we decided to just head off to see where the first translator of the Bible into Welsh had been born. As you drive there, you do begin to wonder where you are going, but that is part of the...More