A cluster of stone houses on the surprisingly busy A482 between Lampeter and Llanwrda, Pumsaint is an obscure kind of place distinguished largely by one important historical site and a delightful pub. Sometimes spelt 'Pumpsaint', the name means 'five saints' – a reference to five mysterious hollows on a standing stone positioned near its famous goldmines. The reality is far less saintly: the stone was simply an anvil used by the Romans.
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