The view is looking across the Towy Valley towards Grongar Hill, made famous in a poem by Dyer.
No photo of the Redstarts' nest, but I DO know where they are nesting, and it was where I had suspected that they would be because they were always by the junk room window and windowsill. By creeping in close enough to see what they were doing, when I heard the male calling weet-weet this morning, I got a photo of him with a large pale coloured something - caterpillar? - in his beak. After a minute of so he flew up to the top right of the window and then came back seconds later with an empty bill. Our house has thick stone walls - well over 2 feet thick in places - the oldest parts of the house. Above this window is a big gap with no stone in, from when the window aperture was first put in, around the 1970s I think. Everything is supported above it, but there is a brick-width gap nonetheless in the stonework. It is on a ledge on the right where the nest must be. So . . . hopefully I can get some better photos.
When we had them nesting here years ago, they set up home in the top of the Cart-shed walls, just under the eaves, in a nook, so obviously they like to feel safe with a roof over their nest.