Marcus Oleniuk is a world class photographer, commissioned to document the St Davids Peninsula in Pembrokeshire, over the course of a year.
He spent much of that year (2012 to 2013) living at the newly restored Roch Castle, from which he was able to explore and capture the Pembrokeshire landscape and its’ residents.
The original result is 'Pebidiog', a coffee table book trilogy which includes Tarddiad (Beginning), Teulu (Belonging), Trigo (Being). Pebidiog is the ancient name given to one of the westernmost parts of Wales, known today in English as 'North West Pembrokeshire'.
Professor Mererid Hopwood is one of Wales’s most popular and highly respected authors, not least because of her exploits at the National Eisteddfod, where she has won all three of the major literary prizes, namely the Chair, the Crown and the Prose Medal. A former Children’s Poet Laureate of Wales, she is also much in demand as a lecturer, creative-writing tutor and broadcaster and provided the prose for Pebidiog.
The second edition is one book, that is available at £35 per copy, or £45 mail order.
Pebidiog is available to purchase at any of our three properties Twr y Felin Hotel, Roch Castle or Penrhiw; or by mail order, telephone +44 (0)1437 725 555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.