Lovesgrove Country Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I have to concentrate on where I am putting my feet! The hedgerows are also high in parts, temporarily blocking the view out to sea. There are honey bees buzzing furiously in the hedgerows and blackberries are ripening up nicely on the brambles. After circumnavigating the inlet at Aber Bach we have a nice even walk around the headland until we begin to drop steeply at Pwllwaelod beach. Here, Ian is waiting. And so is a delicious ice cream named 'sinful' ...
... project, this tells the story of the French invasion through its colourful stitchery. We learn a little more about Jemima Nicholas who captured twelve Frenchmen with only a pitchfork! There is a memorial stone to her in St Mary's churchyard opposite. We would have lingered in The Royal Oak, place of the French surrender but it's closed for renovations. With weary feet we make our way to a cafe for sustenance before catching the 4pm bus back to Strumble ...
... passed and still no sign of my taxi so I walk on up the road to a lay-by where I find Ian parked up and reading his book. Turns out he did climb Garn Fawr but he has also been waiting here a while thinking this was the car park. Well it's been a very hot walk so we return to Aber Mawr where I have a swim in the icy cold sea - very refreshing...but brrrrr! We also make a brief visit to Tregwent Watermill where they still weave wool using traditional ...
I'm on my own for the first part of today's walk - Ian's knee is hurting so he drops me off at Aber Bach and takes the car back to Porthgain. The path drops down to the beach at Aber Bach where it is a short walk over the pebbly beach. Someone has constructed a mini roundhouse on the beach - quirky. A sharp climb up through a bracken lined path takes me up to join a gently rolling path up to the head of the ...
... that the grocer bringing provisions to town also brought typhoid killing the community. Another claims an almighty storm occurred drowning the locals. It's just two miles to Porthgain from here although I am wondering if that is also 'as the crow flies' as it seems a lot further! Finally we descend a set of steep steps down to the harbour and across the village to The Sloop Inn for a pint. It's very convenient that this also happens to be the bus stop. ...