Going west – cider with Bessie

Sue’s retelling of Pembrokeshire continues…

The Silent Eye

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For once, I wished I wasn’t driving. I wanted to stop every few minutes and get the camera out… the whole area is very beautiful, but the road between Nevern and our next stop in the Gwaun Valley exceptionally so. We were rdiving in a convoy though and it was fairly obvious that, had we stopped, we would be hopelessly lost. The narrow roads winding over hill, down dale and through the trees was not a place for loitering…and anyway, our guide had promised us cider.

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We had been told to expect an unusual pub and that was  a fair description in this day and age when even the old inns are being taken over by chains, decorated in bright colours and given a modern twist. Bessie’s, officially know and the Dyffryn  Arms, looks more like a home than a public house. Owned by the same family since 1840, Bessie…

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