Could this be the most beautiful building in Britain?
Every inch of this 15th-century cottage in Llanrwst in North Wales is covered in Virginia Creeper, and the leaves turning from summer green to autumnal copper red makes for a spectacular sight.
Leaf it out: The cottage in Llanrwst is charming beyond estimation - especially in the autumn
Formerly a courthouse, the cottage is now home to the Tu Hwnt i’r Bont tea rooms – and it’s especially busy at this time of year, with tourists keen to admire the charming colours it’s draped in.
Word has it that they also drop in to taste the delicious scones.
The building, which stands next to the River Conwy, is owned by the National Trust.
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