Love hobbit houses? NZ a bit far? Try www.underthethatch.co.uk/cropod
Saw and loved these beauties.
We launched a little competition a few weeks ago, asking for photos of your UTT Winter holidays. We were not disappointed and Kayleigh’s photo of Cae Bach won! She wrote,
“This was from our holiday last November. We had the most amazing weekend when we stayed in Cae Bach, waking up on cold crisp sunny winter mornings to that view was just incredible! The sun shone for pretty much the entire weekend, it was glorious. It was the perfect weekend and still remains one of our favourite holidays together.”
Here are all of the entries.
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Staying at www.underthethatch.co.uk/suchagora
It was such a beautiful day here in Ceredigion today that we took the opportunity to take the shots of Glan yr Avon, a potential new property for UTT The owners have done an amazing job of restoring this riverside thatched cottage into a warm, stylish, comfortable home (and holiday let!) – Can’t wait to get visitors feed back – it is just gorgeous!
We do like a “housey” book at Under the Thatch and with Christmas coming, we thought would share a few that would make great gifts. Do you have any favourites you could add to our list?
50 Buildings That Built Wales by Greg Stevenson
The Irish Cottage: History, Culture and Design by Marion McGarry
Country: From Simple, Elegant Interiors to Pastoral and Rustic Homes by Judith Miller
Imperfect Home by Mark Bailey
Tools for Living: A Sourcebook of Iconic Designs for the Home by Charlotte Fiell
Farrow & Ball Living with Colour by Ros Byam Shaw