Well, given all the hoo-hah about yesterday's Royal Wedding, imagine my surprise at finding this sign in Brecon this morning - just one letter adrift!!
Here's the wonderful house it's associated with:
So now you know! I'd have loved to have seen inside.
This building was the stables and coach-house for Buckingham Place. Note cobbled stretch still at front. Now it is a children's Day Nursery.
The remains of this house were opposite - just a front wall left standing to half the house height, with a rather imposing doorway, blocked in. Behind was a car park for businesses in that vicinity. Intriguing.
Another grand house - now a nursing home.
I will have to try and find out something about this imposing building - it tickles me that the portico is a a floor up, above the front door! Later: this is Watton Mount. It was formerly the Council Offices, and here are the listing details for it.
Dan-y-Gaer Mill, a former Sawmill in Brecon.
Walking down from the Mill towards the Canal basin. I rather liked the green villa.
The Canal Basin at Brecon (above and below). There were several narrowboats on the canal, including one which does 2 1/2 hour canal cruises (I'd love to go on one of those this summer).
At the side of the tow path were 4 lovely tiled pictures of the canal, showing the route it took and some of its history.
For sale! A lovely cottage at a lovely spot - BUT, there is a busy road out of (and into) Brecon just the other side of it. Such a pretty garden too, with lots of Aquilegias.
Above and below: the path continues onwards. Below, heading towards the Black Mountains.
On my way back, I took the little lane the other side of the canal path, and here are the limekilns.
One of the Mallards on the canal.
Finally, a wee cottage tacked on the end of a row of terraces. The roof and end wall look very scew-whiff!