Line drawing of Ffynnon Clun, a Pembrokeshire longhouse
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WHO VISITS? Children's author
Angela McAllister wrote this poem 
while staying at The Cwtsh.
Martin is a folk singer, writing new
music by day; evenings spent at
the Royal Oak, Fishguard's own
session pub, where the Last
Invasion Treaty was signed.
Hugh Costello had a Hollywood
script deadline, which he met
writing in The Cwtsh and on the
seat by our spring, Ffynnon Clûn
itself. A source of inspiration.
Arthur Johnstone proposed to Sheree Murphy while staying at the Cwtsh. They wrote
in the guest book “So Special we got engaged!”
Poet Paul Walker wrote this haiku during his autumn visit.
Thomas spent mornings editing manuscripts, afternoons striding the coast path.
Aileen is a healing therapist. She used her time at The Cwtsh – undisturbed peace plus free
broadband – to develop her new website.
Daniel is an investigative journalist. We gave editorial support for rewrites of a study on
global espionage. Then he brought his family to stay in The Cwtsh. The smoke curling from a
summer barbecue helped clear the fog of espionage.
Peter is a composer with a new commission. His musical imagination was stirred by the
endless rushing of our spring, and the firewood crackling in the wood stove. Even better, he
could review his work on the piano.
Brigitte is a Swiss theatre manager, keen to learn English. We set up a programme of formal
teaching by TEFL specialists, plus informal visits and participation in Pembrokeshire's rich
and diverse cultural life.
Pentre Ifan burial chamber, with Carn Ingli in the background