I’ve just returned from a second visit to one of my favourite places ever – this tiny little Shepherd’s Hut. A big part of the appeal of this particular hideaway is that the owners have literally thought of everything. In fact, it was so well stocked that I felt inspired on my last visit to draw up a list of everything I usually forget when camping. So next
Calling all Doc Martin fans. Do you love Portwenn and want to live there? Well, did you know it actually exists and you can visit it?! If you’re a fan of the show, you need to go. Known in the real world as Port Isaac, it’s an unbelievably cute Cornish village with photo opportunities aplenty, real fishermen and the best seaside cottages. Put it on your
St Ives is one of my favourite places in the entire country. It’s a bold claim I know, but there’s something magical about this little fishing village perched on the Cornish coast. Perhaps it’s the sunny climate, the golden beaches or the bustling harbour, or maybe it’s the lively community, the strong artistic heritage or the wonderful clear light. If you’ve yet to experience it (lucky you!) I’ve compiled
As you may have deduced from other posts of mine, Cornwall is one of my absolute favourite parts of the UK, and the little coastal town of St Ives in particular. Each time I visit, there are certain places I have to go and pay pilgrimage to each time and the Barbara Hepworth house and garden is one of those places.