Thank you to all those who have visited us at Tythebarn House over the past 11 years, hard to believe I know. We’ve met such lovely people and made many wonderful friends along the way.
The time has come to move on to pastures-new and we will be retiring from B&B in March next year.
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What a surprise as you turn the corner and peep into our little courtyard garden!
“Welcome to our NEW Garden Pod – it’s sure to make you smile. Come in, there’s scones with home-made jam and a pot of tea.”
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Patterns in nature were in abundance as we wandered down through the woods, following the rustic signposts for Jenny Brown’s Point.
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Wandering through the village and down to the allotment to gather a bunch of harvest-time goodies, signs of autumn are all around.
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A late October day in the Lakes and the light creates something special that has to be captured, Continue reading “Autumn Light in the Lakes”
Autumn is our favourite time to visit the gardens at Sizergh Castle.
Glorious colours and long shadows, combined with the stunning planting and creative genius of head gardener Susan Rowley, make it a day out that lights up your soul as the nights draw in and winter approaches.
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