Badgers are elusive animals. Even though it can be quite difficult to see one wandering around, spotting the signs of their presence is a lovely way of enjoying their close proximity without having to stay up all night :)
Here are the signs to look out for when you come to stay:
Guests can help themselves to produce in the orchard, fruit area and kitchen garden but soon there wont be anything around. So I have decided to
The problem when I am taking photos of Wild Meadow is that I have to do it when no one is here, so I can never quite capture the reality for someone having a break here.
Trumpet call everyone!
Well it took many weekends but Jonathan has finally finished the hot outdoor gas shower...and it is working a treat.
The snowdrops are now over at the meadow so I am on the hunt for more local flowers to pop in the vases.
Snowdrops are also known as
We have just had a delivery of local wood to keep the wood burner going...with its large window the burner is mesmerizing to gaze at
Simple Things Magazine have featured a three page article on Wild Meadow :)
Written by Lou Archell, my favorite lifestyle and travel writer. Lou has stayed here
Our fruit trees are so laden this year, their branches are touching the ground! We started picking them by the basket full but
Maybe I'm strange but I do like changeover days - white linen on beds, sparkling taps, puffed up pillows. I always
Three days of sunshine were forecast so Stan has just finished cutting and baling the meadow. It is great to watch and we were lucky enough