“Gwylfan-y-Glaerwen” – Watching Place of Bright Shining Water The blank canvas of a very dull building Another dull view of the “architecturally disadvantaged” building The new bore hole The beginnings of a fireplace Building the first floor The new roof being installed Big projects Steel supports Chaotic construction To be the family room? New doorways Solar panels The Gower Conservatory Laugharne Conservatory Laugharne Conservatory Gower Conservatory The view towards Pendine Sands The large studio The large studio The paneled ceiling in the tower hand painted flower panels Hand painted corner panel Overlooking Laugharne Estuary from the bottom of the field. Library looking through to the snug The Inner Hallway The hallway Looking through to the kitchen doors The gallery in the music room – perfect for the quartet to play perhaps? Elegant wide space of the gallery Recycled church railings Along the gallery Recycled church pews Stained glass The Master Bathroom with copper bath Fireplace in the music room Big open spaces of the music room Looking down from the gallery Colourful skies The view of the tower and the Gower conservatory One has to have a tower by the sea The sunken walled garden with the grapes climbing the pergola walkway Gwylfan-y-Glaerwen – front Views across the sea towards the Gower Logging In... Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook or CommentName EmailNot published Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.