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Monday, August 06, 2012


Margaret Lambert

It's always a relief to know that some beautiful places are unchanged. Love the dendrochronology for the village! It's fun to know just how old "ye olde" is. How nice to have gone back, after a long while, and not be disappointed.


Would some of these houses have had thatched roofs, back in their early lives? I'm totally ignorant about these things!


Since moving to Aberystwyth we've grown very fond of that part of the world - driving to the south of the UK involves the A44 which takes you through Pembridge and a host of other black and white villages.

A work friend co-runs Ye Olde Steppes in Pembridge, with his partner Gary, which is pretty much perfect cup-of-tea distance (just under 2h drive) from Aberystwyth. I thoroughly recommend them for all your tea and cake needs.



Yes. I LOVE your part of the world :-) And one day I´ll be there.


I just love those old houses and every time I see photos of where you live my longing to be back there grows bigger and bigger.....

Heat Treated Pallets Dubai

Wow the house built with timber is very traditional and happy to live.

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