A poignant walk around Cockshott Point

One of the lovely things about living in Bowness on Windermere is our proximity to all things handy (shops, restaurants, newsagents, post office and other amenities) as well as THE GREAT OUTDOORS. Yesterday, despite a lowering sky, we decided to … Read More

Autumn at Millerground, Bowness

It was like walking into another world: and I was all eyes agog, trying to take in the stunning Autumn colours and beautiful scenery of this lovely little piece of Lakeland magic. Located just 5 minutes from Blenheim Lodge, our … Read More

Videos on Facebook

I have only recently learnt how to put videos up on Facebook, and have begun putting up videos now and again, and photos too. This was something taught to me, a technophobe, by someone over the past six months. I … Read More

A walk up Orrest Head

I love walking with Hubby and Zack, our Pyrenean. Zack is an old dog, and at one point, we almost lost him for good. Thus, it is such a joy to see him walking well and taking in with gusto … Read More

When we went to Coniston one day . . .

It was last week on Thursday when I finally managed to get out of our house! Over the past weeks, I have been diligently staying up nights, whilst working days and nights, in an effort to get our new website ready for … Read More

New Instagram page

We have just started an Instagram page and do enjoy putting up photos on it. One of our favourite photos is of Monty, our Pyrenean Mountain Dog which died some eight years past. We still remember him with fondness. Monty … Read More

The myriad faces of Lake Windermere

Lake Windermere, or more correctly, Windermere, is England’s largest natural lake at 10.5 miles. By virtue of our hilltop position in Bowness-on-Windermere, approximately 6-7 miles of this watery expanse can be viewed from our room windows at Blenheim Lodge, an … Read More