View across the estuary from Laugharne.
A magnificent Wisteria was growing up this beautiful house. It was just putting out tentative buds.
What a lovely Georgian cottage . . . in need of some tlc though . . .
Browns Hotel, where Dylan Thomas was wont to drink. . .
I took a little lane which went down towards the park, across a little stream. This beautiful house was half-hidden in its woodland setting.
A closer view, with the Gunnera putting up their huge umbrella-like leaves.
I saw this huge Magnolia flowering behind someone else's taller garden wall. This was the best iew I could get of it, with someone else's wall and garage in the way.
A secluded patch at the end of another garden, with Honesty flowering and a sprawling Magnolia thinking about it.
Up the little cobbled street . . .
The castle. If I wasn't completely shattered, I would give you a little history. Perhaps a separate post some time . . .
This house was called Green Dragon, and next door to it was Green Dragon Cottage, which abutted to . . .
The rather grand Dragon Park. I'd love to know where the name came from.
I've always rather liked the look of this house (formerly The Rectory). It has just been sold and folks were moving stuff in - from the back of their car, so I assume they had lived locally and bought it. It looked to have lots of character from what I could gather as I nosied through the front door from across the road . . .
Some beautiful words to leave you with.