You could just book into a hotel or a camp site this summer. Or you can do something a little more memorable by booking a holiday on a 1960s double decker bus in Wales. Read more
Another art deco gem for sale, although this six-bedroomed Nantmelyn art deco house in Llangawsai, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales doesn't quite match up inside to that wonderful exterior.
According to the agent, the house was built in 1932, the work of local Architect G.T. Bassett, but part of the place isn't original, due to an extension that was added 'in recent years'. Although, to be fair, you wouldn't have guessed from looking at the photos.
Suppose winter will be coming to an end soon and we might start pondering holidays. If you want to get away from it all, you might want to spend some time at Ty Hedfan in Pontfaen, Brecon, Wales.
Ty Hedfan means 'the hovering house' in Welsh and that's pretty much what it is. Fairly-recently designed by architects Featherstone Young, the house is inspired by the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and Pierre Koenig's Case Study House. Only this one isn't in the US, it perches over the River Ysgir in the Brecon Beacons, with views over the river and also of the surrounding countryside.