Thursday Doors – Wales

Just over 1 year ago, The Mrs & I took a walking holiday along a portion of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in Wales, UK. At the time, I primarily took pictures of the incredible landscape and scenery, but did actually capture a couple of doors. This first was a gorgeous little house in Marloes.

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A couple days later, we walked to St. Bride’s and saw this little archway that faces the bay…

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This is the front door to the lovely B&B/pub we stayed at in Solva, The Cambrian Inn.  Our room was on the top (3rd) floor behind the little 6 panel window you can see to the left in the photo…

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The last door is actually the gate of the main entry to the Flying Boat Centre Museum in Pembroke. We spent a couple hours in the museum talking to various highly knowledgeable and friendly staff members, and had scones and coffee and tea in their little refreshment area.

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Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. It is courtesy of Norm 2.0

 

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14 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – Wales

  1. Oh I love them all, but especially the last one with the iron gate IN the arch! How lovely!

    Funny thing about this post — years ago we stayed in the Cambrian Hotel in Atlanta, and it was ultra modern. All I could think was “Are they trying to be ironic, or did they just think it was a pretty word?” lol! Your Cambrian Inn at least harkens back! 🙂

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    1. I have only been through Atlanta a couple times, never stayed there (except for being stuck at the airport waiting for a delayed flight, once.) Never witnessed much of a Welsh presence there, but the Cambrian Inn I highlighted at least IS in Wales… 🙂

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