To reach the boathouse by car, you have to park down by the shore, and walk along the estuary side. Then you have to clamber over rocks and go up steep steps, and then a little walk to the writing shed, a garden shed type building where Dylan used to retreat to write, looking over the sea. Then more steep steps down to the property, and a further flight down to the very good tea room. Access would not be possible to anyone with mobility difficulties. It is quite a challenge even to the able bodied.
The house itself is small. The parlour is delightfully presented as it might have been when Dylan and Caitlin and their children lived there. A short video is worth watching, and I liked this as it was about Dylan in Wales, and the house itself. The excellent book shop sells well chosen selection of gifts and cards. I cannot praise the te shop enough, we had tea and bara brith in the sunshine, looking over the sea. An outstandingly enjoyable visit.
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