Builth Wells

When I decided to attend Wonderwool Wales I knew I had to find a place to stay in the area of mid Wales. Since I wasn’t driving, it had to be nearby. I was lucky to find the B&B Brunwye, built in 1899 originally as a merchant’s house. Sondra and Tony run a very nice establishment. Nice rooms, wonderful breakfasts and they are extremely helpful with local information.

It is a very beautiful setting.

It faces the Wye River which has a walk along it of 136 miles. Here is the river at afternoon and evening.

And to follow up on the poppy theme from the conference, here is a very well attended war memorial near Bronwye.

And, no sheep, but did find this bull!

Next – off the Cardiff!

Published in: on April 30, 2018 at 8:06 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. Dear Jacalyn, we wish you a wonderful trip and we are looking forward to get more news and lovely pictures. Where in Scottland do you go this time?Enjoy your journey! Nathalie

  2. Can I hide in your suitcase next time?

  3. Jv> From our days living in the Welsh Marches, bilingual signs are found not only through all Wales, but also in English border counties – especially the west of Shropshire and Herefordshire. That’s often how folks start to learn Welsh : Arafwch Nawr ! Slow Now! (literally decelerate now) ; Safle Busiau actually means Site for Buses ; and how much more melodious and poetic these official notifications are in the language of the bards!

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