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 Sloop holiday cottage: in a coastal haven that once inspired Graham Sutherland’s canvas

Leading 20th-century artist Graham Sutherland loved Sandy Haven well, committing its coastscapes to canvas and finding painterly solace in its open expanse of sea and sky. Maybe it’s the way the dead-end lane unspools to the shore, or the ever-changing light and reflections of the estuary. Or perhaps it’s how the retreating tide reveals a generous expanse of sand and a crabbing bridge. But one … Continue reading The Sloop holiday cottage: in a coastal haven that once inspired Graham Sutherland’s canvas