The Trehilyn estate as seen from a drone, Bwthyn, hidden by the tree, and Melin in the foreground with Ffermdy and Beudy in the distance.

Discover Griff Rhys Jones’ Trehilyn

Set in 70 acres of farmland, our Trehilyn properties are only a mile from the dramatic Pembrokeshire coast. The 1830s farm estate derives its name from Heilyn, son of Gwyn the Old, a Welsh hero who appears in the medieval Mabinogion stories. Trehilyn was restored by TV presenter Griff Rhys Jones and family, in consultation […]

Protection for Historic Welsh Sites

Historic Welsh sites are to be protected by vandalism patrols. “These monuments cannot be replaced, and it is part of our duty to ensure they are protected.” Find out more here.

Welsh Woollen Bed Cover

Welsh Woollen Bed Cover

1940s bathroom palettes

  https://www.amazon.co.uk/1930s-Home-Shire-Albums-Library/dp/0747804648 We have been swooning over these 1940s  bathroom palettes. See more here. They remind us of the book that Greg wrote called, The 1930s Home.  

The Hidden History of the Mantelpiece

The Hidden History of the Mantelpiece

Saint Fagan’s Google Expedition

What a great idea! Diolch Sain Ffagan. A virtual reality (VR) tour of the Rhyd-y-car cottages has been created. This is a great resource for people who can’t get to Saint Fagan’s Museum of Welsh Life because of distance or for the moment, lockdown. Why not share with teachers and parents who can use it […]

Coastal Carriage – 40 extra ordinary places to stay

Coastal Carriage – 40 extra ordinary places to stay

Our Coastal Carriage was featured in the Guardian Travel newspaper today! “40 extraordinary places to stay in the UK”.

Sucha Gora – Our Polish Log Cabin

Sucha Gora – Our Polish Log Cabin

Into the Woods

Into the Woods

The most popular Farrow & Ball paint colours

The most popular Farrow & Ball paint colours

The Cool List: celebrating the reasons to travel in 2020 | National Geographic

Wales makes the Cool List for places to visit in 2020. Find out more via The Cool List: celebrating the reasons to travel in 2020 | National Geographic