Nant y Bedd

We thought we would let those of you who don’t follow us on Instagram or Twitter have a quick look at what’s great in the garden and some of the lovely...

Yet more exposure for the garden today as Country Homes & Interiors publishes the long awaited article and photos by Carole Drake. I won’t spoil it for you, but here’s part...

Regular readers will remember a recent blog wondering whether we had found the Bedd (grave) which gives the house and stream its name.  Well, it appears we probably hadn’t. By chance,...

I did a blog about ferns some years ago, but at this time of year they always look so spectacular as the fronds poke out from what looks like a dead...

We’ve taken a major step this year by joining in with the Gardeners’ World Magazine 2for1 scheme.  In other words, with one of their cards, two of you get into Nant-y-Bedd...

After the tremendous storm in November last year which washed away the central part of ‘Daffydd’s Wall’, we have finally got around to having it rebuilt, by Bruce Rogers. But that’s...

January is a time for getting matters sorted out for the coming season, and one of the things on the (long) list was finding a way to make the bridges safer, particularly...

It’s the booze making time of year again.  It all seems to need to be done at once, so this year I’m splitting up the cider making with a bit of...

About a month ago we had a phone call from our friend Mick (he of pond and Cedric fame) asking if we would be interested in hosting a chainsaw course.  Intrigued...

Saturday saw 20 or so people descend upon us for a Mushroom Foraging day.  Organised by Liz Knight of Forage Fine Foods and executed by Mark Williams of Galloway Wild Foods, we had...