Last summer we had a week’s holiday in Wales, starting off with a couple of nights staying in the Pembrokeshire town of Narberth. This is a good place to stop, set in a very rolling and green part of the country. It is also quite an arty place and in pre-Covid times also had a great selection of small cafes and restaurants. So, all-in-all a great place to visit.
This is my view of the small Town Hall – now mostly occupied by a Tourist information centre and shop complete with its own gallery. For some reason this building reminds me of Portmeirion with its Italianate architecture!