Lambs and Landscapes
Posted by Avital Pinnick on June 2, 2014
On our way back from Swallow Falls, we passed lambs everywhere (well, it is spring….).
This is typical of the landscape–hills with sheep pens behind the houses at the bottom and trees above. It must look amazing in autumn.
Most of the buildings in Betws y Coed were built as Victorian period hotels. The Pont y Pair Inn is a typical example.
Staircase made of slate, leading up to a side entrance.
This is a cultivated garden planted on a steep and narrow hillside between two stone houses. I was amazed at how many plants they managed to fit into the space.
Typical old stone house built as a single family dwelling, with a stone wall in front and sheep pens at the back.