This village square is in Lampeter. (pronounced Lamb-Peter) Its pretty old and the three buildings you see on the corners are very old.
The stone house on my left used to be covered in vines and looked derelict. I always thought it looked like an old Inn. Especially from the other side. The kind where coaches would drop travelers for the night during the colonial period of American history. Someone has been working on it but we haven't heard whether its going to be a business or a residence. The house across the street is being redone and has been stripped down to its log cabin roots in the front. As far as we know this will stay a residence. The brick building on the right is now the Lampeter Cafe.
These photos were taken upstairs in the Lampeter Cafe.
They did a great job restoring this building and adding on to it, while keeping the original structure intact. They have good food, too!
I love that these buildings that sat empty and were decaying more and more every year are getting a new lease of life!
Here is a better shot of the grey stone building.
Happy Wednesday, Friends!