With lockdown in place since March, our travels and adventures have been drastically cut short. I'm busy writing about past adventures, as there's so much to catch up on. But this time has been equally adventure filled, just in a very different way. Like many other people, February half term was filled with adventures. We… Continue reading Lockdown Life From The Eyes Of A Child
Painshill Park - Cobham, Surrey I had seen the sign for Painshill Park and heard about it for about 30 years before I actually visited. I remember driving past it as a child, and I worked about 5 minutes away for nearly 10 years. I have no idea why I hadn't been before and once… Continue reading Painshill Park – Cobham, Surrey
Nestled in the heart of New Town in Edinburgh, lies the beautiful Charlotte Square and The Georgian House, run by National trust for Scotland.
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
I have spent years driving over Dartmoor and rarely have I stopped to explore it. I have spent the odd night, usually at the Two Bridges Hotel, on my way home from Cornwall. This year I vowed to actually stop, spend a few days here and explore properly. My drives over the moors, have often… Continue reading Hound Tor and Medieval Village, Dartmoor, Devon
One of my favourite things about escaping London, is heading to single track roads, surrounded by drooping trees and English hedgerows, pondering over thatched cottages and dreamily looking at beautiful old farmhouses. On a recent visit to Devon, we stayed at Great Sloncombe Farm on the outskirts of Moretonhampstead on the edge of Dartmoor. This… Continue reading Great Sloncombe Farm, Devon
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.