• The Old Police House

Discovering Pembrokeshire – have that adventure of a lifetime.

It’s appropriate that in this Year of the Sea, the Old Police House is situated right in the middle of Pembrokeshire. It means that all of the county’s legendary beaches are within a short drive. The village of Spittal is also on one of the historic pilgrim routes to St David’s. The name is a corruption of the Welsh, ysbyty, and tells us that it was a hospice, a resting place for those on route to the holiest place in Wales, It’s appropriate, then, that visitors to Britain’s only coastal … Read More...

Epic History in a Walk

There are some extraordinary parallels with the eighteenth century diversification that was shipwrecking and looting along the coast at Sker and Kenfig. The tales of old are thought provoking on a Christmas walk along the Coastal Path, or the footpath that takes you so near to Sker House. A week before Christmas 1753, according to @RobBowen Kenfig Heritage Website Project, one of the more notorious of the (18 local shipwrecks occurred. The Le Vainquer foundered on the rocks at Sker, after her … Read More...

It’s Christmas!

Look who just arrived at Tregib Mill Cottage - fresh from the @Aberglasney Winter Fair. And he even brought his elf ........ … Read More...