Tag: national trust

Sheffield Park 2015

Yesterday we went down South for our (almost) annual trip to Sheffield Park and Garden. It was crazy! Lots and lots of people came there. The weather was not great, though it did get better by the time we left. However, it was not very windy, which was appreciated. The foliage status was quite varied, as some of the trees already lost almost all leaves and others were just starting to turn their colour. We had a great time, as usual 🙂

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Scotney Castle

During our weekend in South Downs, we also had a stop over at Scotney Castle, a National Trust property. It’s a very beautiful property but the main attraction is actually the ruined moated castle, not the actual house that gets visited! Lovely place! Definitely need to get back for some more photos 🙂 Read more →

Beachy Head Area

In August we spent a weekend in the South Downs. I’ve heard about the beauty of the area but I did not imagine how impressive it would be! Really amazing! We spent the days just going up and down the coastal path around Beachy Head/Stirling Gap. Read more →

Wales Trip, 2014

This year for our summer holiday we went again to Wales. First we stopped close to South Wales, to see the Severn Bore and then we went to North Wales. During this trip we visited various National Trust properties, such as Chirk Castle, Penrhyn Castle and Plas Newydd. Plus, we went again to see the beautiful lighthouse at Holyhead. One… Read more →

Exmoor 2008

2008 was the year when we first got to Exmoor and we fell in love with it! The first time we saw it was in March, when we had a very quick drive through Porlock, Lynton-Lynmouth and Selworthy. In summer we went again for a very short visit and saw Ilfracombe and the area around, Porlock Weir, and Dunster. Read more →