What's the background image?
The village itself is comparatively new - most of it was built in the early 1800s. Around that time it was decided to change the old name of the settlement (Tafarn Fach - 'little pub') to something a little more respectable, and so it became Tre-Taliesin, named after the grave of the famous early Welsh poet Taliesin, who is buried in the hills above the village (well, that's the local story).
The background image on the website shows Taliesin's grave - although you can get a mobile signal there we don't recommend it as an office!
To find out more about the history of the area have a look at the parish history website