If I won the lottery, I would buy a house in Zennor. I love the idea of having plenty of space between houses, with unspoiled views and dramatic coastal scenery. West Cornwall can feel like a different place to the rest of the county. Driving from Hayle in West Cornwall to Zennor in the area … More A Sunday Afternoon in Zennor
At the weekend I went on an exciting little adventure to Axmouth in South East Devon, to visit a handsome northern man (Matt), who is going to be moving to Cornwall soon (because it’s the best place in the country!) The drive took about an hour and forty minutes from where I live in South … More Cornish Maids Were Not Made For Pebble Beaches!
It feels a little bit odd writing this now because the lovely birthday weekend I am about to describe was with my boyfriend, but we’ve since broken up. It’s been once of those strange weeks where I’ve had to make tough decisions and, consequently, my relationship has come to an end and so has one … More My Birthday Weekend at Tremerth Cottage
Nestled between the villages of Tideford and Polbathic lies the historical village of St Germans. Situated alongside the River Tiddy, which meets the River Tamar near Saltash, St Germans is a sleepy village lying amongst stunning countryside. The railway station connects St Germans to Plymouth, Britain’s vibrant ‘Ocean City’ as well as southbound to Liskeard … More Rural Tranquillity: The Sleepy Village Of St Germans
Having spent 18 years in education followed by three and a half years working as a teacher, the concept of ‘new term, new start’ is fully ingrained in my mindset. It might feel like summer is over because the evenings are pulling in fast and Christmas seems to be hurtling towards us at an unstoppable … More Hello September!
Although I am half joking when I describe myself as Captain Cornwall, there’s no denying the fact that I am fiercely patriotic about this magical county where I was born and where I have chosen to live again. Even when I was living away in different places (London, Bristol, Bath and Somerset), I always had … More 5 Reasons Why I Love Living In Cornwall