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Dylan Thomas Trail

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Details:

Publication Type
Guidebook
Author
David N. Thomas
ISBN
9780862436094
Date Published
2002
Size
148 x 210 mm
Number of Pages
144pp
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Supplier:

Name
Type
Publisher
Address
TALYBONT, Ceredigion, SY24 5AP
Telephone
01970 832304
Fax
01970 832782

Review:

Publisher's website 2007

The Dylan Thomas Trail takes you through the beautiful countryside of Ceredigion. It passes the villages, farms and mansions where Dylan lived and wrote, and introduces you to many of the pubs where he enjoyed a pint and the conversation of local characters. Starting in the sea-faring village of llanon, the trail follows ancient footpaths and quiet country lanes to Tal-sarn and then to Aberaeron. From here, it continues along the heritage coast, with fine views of Cardigan Bay and its bottle-nosed dolphins. The walk finishes in New Quay with a vivid description of the people and streets that so influenced the writing of Under Milk Wood.

This guide will also be of great interest to armchair fans of Dylan. It contains lots of new and fascinating information-all illustrated with superb photographs and period advertisements, which convey the atmosphere of the Cardiganshire that Dylan knew and loved, and which inspired some of his finest writing.


Paths Covered by this Publication:

40 km / 25 miles

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