To the Sea: Llareggub Beach House, Saundersfoot

You might expect a beach house named after Dylan Thomas’ fictional town of Llareggub (“bugger all” spelt backwards) to be a little, well, different – topsy-turvy, even – and you’d be right. This whitewashed, neo-1960s terraced house perched on the cliff above Saundersfoot is unassuming on the face of things, but push open the door, go downstairs and it’s the Alice in Wonderland effect, as … Continue reading To the Sea: Llareggub Beach House, Saundersfoot

The Red Kite Estate: futuristic, first-of-their-kind getaways in the wilderness

Wilderness is one of those words bandied about too lightly these days: in Europe we do not in truth have very much of it. On a continent-wide scale, aside from Scandinavia’s northern fringes and parts of northern Scotland, one of the areas most deserving of the term is the tract of Mid Wales where the Red Kite Estate lies. The largest expanse of continuous moorland … Continue reading The Red Kite Estate: futuristic, first-of-their-kind getaways in the wilderness