Here’s the village of Aberangell with the Westernmost hills of the Aran ridge in the background. Isfryn cottage is down there in the bottom left.
A closer view of Isfryn sitting next to the old Hebron Chapel where we live.
A view of the lane – Isfryn is just beyond the pink rhododendron bush, and is now painted cream.
The surrounding area is beautiful in all its moods.
The Angell river from one of the bridges in the village.
Ffynnon Byseiri (the spring of Byseiri) in the village – the water is delicious
Walk up the lane behind Isfryn and into the hills and these are the sort of views to be seen. This is the Dyfi valley from Mynydd Gwyn.
And this is a view of Cader Idris from Cefn llandybo, just behind the cottage
The coast near here is lovely. Here is Aberdovey
A riot of stunning Autumn colour at the Torrent Walk
Fascinating history exploring with Corris Mine Explorers
The nearby industrial ruins of Furnace and Cwm Ratgoed
There are plenty of opportunities for adventure. Here’s Steve doing what he loves best
and scenes from the World Rally Championship – one of many rallying events that happen in the forest behind Aberangell
There’s lots of wonderful wildlife…
The 2015 Dyfi Osprey Project nest and fledglings
Sanderlings on the beach
Sundew on Cader Idris
Mrs P and Tweedie, the hen Pheasants who are regular back yard diners
one of the Swallows that nest in our garage
and one of the lambs in the nursery field in front of our house, with a very comfy bed!
There are the nearby market towns…
and endlessly glorious scenery…