Reflections 21: white house


Recently refurbished holiday home, Nevern estuary, Newport, Pembrokeshire
The river then winds picturesquely down to its mouth in Cardigan Bay



4 thoughts on “Reflections 21: white house

  1. is this another property you think I’d be interested in? Well, you’re right , I like it—I do worry, is it prone to flooding? Wonderful homes, keep looking and we’ll find the perfect place for my next life 😉


    1. When we first moved here to this part of the world this reminded us so much of childhood school holidays, as typified by Enid Blyton’s Famous Five books. It looks more swish now after a bit of remodelling and refurbishment, but it’ll be beyond our — and maybe your — price range! But we wouldn’t want it as we too would worry about flooding, though it seems to have survived our recent extreme weather unscathed, doesn’t it?


    1. Glad you like the pics, Dylan! The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path goes past this, and we often walk a stretch which twists along the estuary; but anybody holidaying in this let might find it hard to resist unwinding by just sitting watching the tides, wading birds and changing skyscape while sipping a drink and — who knows? — reading an Enid Blyton…


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