Lletty's Blog

Croeso! Welcome to Lletty Cottage a lovely five star holiday cottage for two in Carmarthenshire. www.llettycottage.co.uk

April 7th 2015 Trysorau Cymraeg April 6, 2015

Filed under: Uncategorized — lletty @ 6:49 pm

These works of art are made next door by my very talented neighbour. To see more of her fantastic work look her up on her Facebook page:

Trysorau Cymraeg  

Trysorau Cymraeg means “Welsh Treasures”! Designs handmade in Wales, using Welsh reclaimed materials, celebrating Welsh culture and history.

She is a very talented artist and  with each creation  she explains  some of the  history of the place created   and the materials she has used. Such  imagination and creativity and all next door!

Lletty Cottage   Facebook page often has photos of her  new work  too. Visitors to Lletty Cottage can see some of her original work as I’ve been given some as presents…lucky ol’ me!!!

Dylan Thomas’s house

St Petrox

‘On my visit to Pembrokeshire on Wednesday, I passed through the tiny hamlet of ‘St Petrox’. You can’t blink or you will miss it! But it has always captured my imagination as it seems to consist of just two buildings! One 13th Century (and very beautiful) church and literally just over the wall, one traditional farmhouse! It was such a beautiful day, and the farmhouse washing line was full and blowing in the glorious sunshine and the church yard was full of daffodils…. so this piece made itself!

“St Petrox” – set on a lovely narly old piece of driftwood from Pendine and using Welsh slate and various other reclaimed materials’   copied from Trysorau Cymraeg Facebook page


Pembrokeshire cottage on Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath

‘We have many beautiful lakes and reservoirs throughout the length of Wales, I am lucky enough to have a ‘supply’ of easily accessible ones on my doorstep! Many have cottages and boathouses along their shorelines.

“Llyn Mawr Boathouse” – set on driftwood from Llansteffan Beach in Carmarthenshire. The cottage has a Welsh slate roof and the fence is made from dried heather from the nearby Brecon Beacons. A few rusty bits and bobs, an old tin roof and a hazelnut boat complete the scene.’   copied from Trysorau Cymraeg  Facebook page


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s