Jona’s house!

So Jona lives in a very crazy but very awesome house in Machynlleth, Wales, and since it’s a place where I spend quite a lot of time I figured it deserved a post of its own.

The house itself is an old Tudor style building which has been a shared house for as long as anyone can remember. It’s set just out-of-town, is surrounded by amazing gardens and meadows, is at the base of some beautiful green hills and looks like this!

The house as seen from the road.

As well as the main house there is also a yurt which goes up in the summer time and this really cool little house thing that has a stream running through it. No joke.

Please take off your shoes before entering the yurt.

This room has a stream running through it.

Inside the house is a crazy collection of Victor Jara posters, rainbow textiles, instruments and random dishware and things that have been collected over the years. To give you a taste here is a very creepy photo of Jona(s) sitting in his kitchen.

Two-faced jona surveys his habitat.

In short it’s a lovely place filled with a group of people as eclectic and exciting as the building itself.

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About rbelisle

A bee researcher moving from Boston to Bath. Trying to make a difference in a world full of b's.
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2 Responses to Jona’s house!

  1. What a seemingly wonderful place to live! And enough to look at to keep two heads’ attention for quite some time! Hope you are having a wonderful time Beckers! My love to you and Jona ❤

  2. annie says:

    its so much fun to see what some of the houses look like over there! what an interesting place to live!

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