Pen and Ink-The Golden Grove Inn-Llanarthne-01 – A pen and ink drawing of the Golden Grove Inn (Pub) in Llanarthne village, West Wales. Llanarthne is nestled in the beautiful Towy valley (famed for its rich trout and salmon fishing) and is only 8 miles from Carmarthen Town, in Welsh, Caer Myrddin means literally “Merlin’s Town” – supposedly the place the great magician of King Arthur fame lived. I am lucky enough to live in Llandeilo which is very close to Llanarthne and a great many of these fine Welsh villages and towns which frequently feature as an inspiration for my work.
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