Peek Through the Keyhole at Prince Charles’ Royal Home in Wales


Mark will be talking about his book A Royal Home in Wales: Llwynywermod, which delves into the history of HRH Prince Charles’ home in Carmarthenshire, at the centre at 11am on Saturday, June 27th.

Cardiff University student Mark, 23, originally from North Wales, has spent two years looking into the archives to piece together a history of Prince Charles’ new home at Llwynywermod, near Myddfai, Carmarthenshire, and the families who once lived there.

And his research has now been made available in A Royal Home in Wales: Llwynywermod, published by Accent Press price £19.99, which is packed with glossy colour photographs and illustrations, including the house before and after its royal restoration, architects drawings and portraits of the Griffies-Williams family which once lived there.

Mark will be signing and talking about his book at the following venue:

Saturday, 27th June, 11am
Llandovery Tourist  Information and Heritage Centre,
Kings Road,
Tel: 01550 720693

Llwynywermod: A Royal Home in Wales in published by Accent Press Ltd, price £19.99