Patterns in nature were in abundance as we wandered down through the woods, following the rustic signposts for Jenny Brown’s Point.
Stay awhile at Tythebarn House
There’s so much to see and explore around this area. The Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Arnside & Silverdale AONB and wildlife haven of the Morecambe Bay area are all within easy reach.
Many of our guests at Tythebarn House stay for one night to break up a long journey. “You’re halfway” they say, from everywhere it seems! Farleton Fell is the landmark on the M6, signalling your arrival and time to rest awhile with us here at Tythebarn House.
Maybe you would benefit from short break with us here at Tythebarn House. A quiet retreat and a respite from everyday life will leave you rested and relaxed.
“Morecambe Bay… a wild place…a big place …a place of infinite skies and endless colour…”
……so begins an inspiring video of this area by 2020Vision.
Just these words are enough to stir the heart of any nature lover. But be warned, watching will have you visiting us here at Tythebarn House very soon. The kettle will be on and the warm scones and home-made jam ready to welcome you to our magical corner of the world.
Image: Sunset from Sandside by Vic Brown
Morcambe Bay Nature Partnership have put together a selection of Nature on your Doorstep Guides to help you plan your trip and discover the nature of Morecambe Bay.
It’s a stormy Saturday morning , the fire’s crackling and glowing in the wood burner at Tythebarn House B&B, the leaves on the Russ have turned the most glorious autumn colours, the clocks have turned back and it’s time to bake Yorkshire Parkin.
There’s something comforting about the rhythm of recipes through the seasons, and this one, reminiscent of bonfire night as a child, fits with November. We had a family bakery, so it was Dad who came home from work with the soft and sticky Parkin for tucking into after hot dogs around the bonfire.
This year mine has three days to mature before the 5th, when we wrap up warm, walk down to The Smithy Inn for the village display, then back to feast on Cake! The slightly crisp top turns sticky and soft and the spices mellow and combine with treacle to give that unforgettable ‘bonfire night’ flavour. Continue reading “Sticky Parkin and a Log Fire.”