We follow William Moriss’ tenet that… “If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”
Griff Rhys Jones spoke to the Western Mail this week about his 18-year restoration of the Trehilyn estate – read about his love of Pembrokeshire here. Did you guess Griff’s favourite cottage?
‘Luxury’ is a much-misused term in the holiday industry and life in general. For us, a ‘luxury holiday cottage’ offers something exceptional in terms of comfort and location. It isn’t so much about branded kitchen appliances or the stone used to decorate a bathroom wall, as it is about a well-designed and well-thought-through room with […]
‘Cosiest Cottage for a Winter Break’ – Llofft Dau chosen by The Guardian. “Snowdonia is win-win for winter: on fine days there are spectacular walks to be taken, in bad weather there are slate quarries to descend into. Staying at Llofft Dau comes with extra benefits. This former coach house three miles from Betws-y-Coed is […]