There is so much to do and see in Somerset. When our guests are staying for longer than a couple of days, I like to suggest that they explore further afield. Glastonbury is very much a Somerset town, and shares in the distinct character of this part of South-West England. We have been blessed with golden October sun. So Sally and I were delighted to spend a Sunday afternoon at Tyntesfield, a Victorian Gothic house with extensive and beautiful grounds. They even grow their own niche vegetables.
(Veggies at Tyntesfield, which any hobbit would envy!)
Our workshop space at Kylemore House is a comfortable ground-floor room with space for up to 12 people. Its French windows give onto our garden - particularly stunning when our roses are in full bloom. I will be blogging more about workshops and events in a week or two. For now I'll share a detail from our unusual fireplace - a white bouquet from Eloise's Bennet's wonderful Reiki workshop, that remained vibrant and fragrant for days after.