Cornwall July 2015 – Trebah Garden

Trebah really is…

…an absolutely lovely place.

This was my third visit.

There is a huge variety…

…of beautiful…

…plants and flowers, but there’s also…

…a beach.

The perfect place for an ice-cream.

On a side note, I fell in love with this garden seat.

Cornwall July 2015 – Post Isaac

Port Isaac

…really is…

…a very pretty place.

It’s little wonder…

…that it’s often used as a film location.

However, it’s still a working harbour…

…watched over by an old ship’s figure head.

While we were there the lifeboat was called out. Nowadays they’re taken down to the sea by tractor rather than by horse.

I’m glad to say that we saw them come back safely.

Cornwall July 2015 – Longcross Garden

The Longcross Victorian garden...

…is rather unusual.

It’s the only public garden in North Cornwall…

…it still has the original Victorian garden layout…

…and the gardens were planned and planted to overcome the difficulties of the local climate.

The garden is lashed by the wind, and salt spray…

…yet remains calm and beautiful.

Cornwall July 2015 – (The Point at) Polzeath

The Boy and I have been in Cornwall for the last few days. We were staying at The Point, a golf club, restaurant, and holiday rentals near Polzeath. 

Now, I don’t know much about what makes a good golf course, but I do know a bonny spot when I see one.

I liked the look of the green keeper’s little vehicle. Just the thing for tootling around Eynsham.

Golf courses provide a great habit for birds, animals and plants, including these beautiful roses.

It’s only ten minutes walk from Polzeath beach…

…which is rather lovely.