Our visit to see Nash’s house at Llanerchaeron was not dampened by the poor weather. Although it was overcast most of the day, with a lot of drizzle on and off, it was still possible to get around and admire the interior of the house and its gardens – the walled garden was especially pretty. As it is a National Trust property there was always the cafe with its tempting menu to lift the spirits when the drizzle did start. The day was rounded off by a stop at Aberaeron with its quaint harbour and sea front.
With thanks to Ken Jones for the photographs.