I hadn’t gone out with the intention of taking photographs, so didn’t have my camera. This was too good an opportunity to miss though, so out came the phone.
Plas Mawr was thought to be the finest town house of the Elizabethan period in Britain.
The owner, Robert Wynn, was a prosperous merchant who loved grandeur. His house, built between 1576 and 1585, said to have cost around £800, reflects his status and wealth.
While we were exploring the Great Orme the other week we found St Tudno’s. A lovely little church with fantastic views. There’s been a place of worship on this site since the 6th century when a Celtic monk, Tudno, brought Christianity to the farming community living and working on the Great Orme. Nothing remains of the original structure, the present church was built in the 12th century and enlarged in the 15th century.