One of my favourite walks in the Lake District is Easedale Tarn near Grasmere. Like many walks in the Lakes it has a bit of everything; country lanes, babbling streams, fields, waterfalls, old bridges, steep paths, picnic spots, cows, tarns and stunning views. I first discovered it about 8 years ago in one of my… Continue reading Easedale Tarn – Grasmere – Lake District
Savill Gardens - Windsor Great Park - the first colours of spring are bursting into life in these beautiful water gardens and woodland.
Perched, upon a small hill overlooking the Carew River, lies the haunting remains of Carew Castle. A picturesque ruin built in the 13th century, this castle offers romantic views, tales of knights, war and romance, beautiful walks along the riverside, crabbing in the shallows of the water and a beautiful water mill. I had intended… Continue reading Carew Castle and Tidal Mill, Wales
Get yourself down to the Living History Museum at the Weald and Downland Living Museum tomorrow - Sunday June 3rd. And if you're reading this after tomorrow, then put it in your diary for next Summer now! The Weald and Downland Living Museum (formerly Weald and Downland Open Air Museum) is renowned for their living… Continue reading Living History Festival – Weald and Downland Living Museum
Arundel Castle in |west Sussex is a picturesque, fairytale castle - it has everything you can want from a castle and a day out.
Savill Gardens in Spring - Beautiful Azaleas and Rhododendrons
The more I visit the Lake District, the more I discover new favourite walks to add to my ever growing list of much favoured destinations. When I had only been a few times, I made sure that on every visit I did a new one as well as my firm favourites. But now after 12… Continue reading Corpse Road – Grasmere to Rydal Water Lake District
Every time I come up to the Lake District, despite having my firm favourite walks, lakes, views, cafes, restaurants and museums I make it my mission to discover somewhere new every day. Today, it was Castlerigg Stone Circle. This has been on my list for some time, but deep down I had this feeling that… Continue reading Castlerigg Stone Circle – Lake District
One of my friends once joked, that I was born in the wrong century and I should have been born in the nineteenth century. I'm not entirely sure it was actually a joke and probably not far from the truth. Although I embrace modern technology, I'm a firm fan of anything vintage. So when I… Continue reading Carters Steam Fair
I first discovered Savill Gardens about 3 years ago when William was a baby and I was looking for nice places to take him for a walk and picnic. I had been going to Windsor Great Park and Virginia Water since I was at University in the 90's, but having always loved my routine walk I… Continue reading Savill Garden – Windsor Great Park