We’ve taken a step back in time this month and headed to Pendennis Castle for the annual medieval jousts.
Whether you’re watching the brave knights duel on horseback for honor, laughing til your sides hurt with the jester, or watching the birds of prey swoop and dive in the spectacular falconry display, the Pendennis jousts have something for the whole family to enjoy.
We all know Lanhydrock for its beautiful house and gardens but, until recently, I was unaware of the acres of unexplored woodland and grounds that make up this beautiful estate. That is, before they opened their Cycle Hub, allowing access to 10 kilometres … Continue reading →
Tremenheere is an understated yet incredibly beautiful and established garden created in a scenic valley overlooking St Michael’s Mount. Prior to 1290, it was owned by the monks of St Micheal’s Mount before being bought by William de Tremenheere and … Continue reading →
We have teamed up with The Lost Gardens of Heligan to create something special for their visitors; an artisan flavour to be experienced in the beautiful surrounds of Heligan Gardens, a reflection of the garden in Summer and, of course, … Continue reading →
The story of Heligan Gardens could not fail to capture your imagination. Once a garden of such beauty, neglected & left to ruin until its rediscovery 20 years ago when, in a tiny forgotten room, buried under fallen masonry was … Continue reading →
My first blog takes me to the very grand setting of Lanhydrock House to meet Melanie Claridge who is the Catering Manager at Lanhydrock. I have visited the house itself on a number of occasions and it really is a magic … Continue reading →