Relocating to Cornwall - Part 5. The third member of our family.
It wasn’t long before we moved in our dream home in Cornwall, that I realised our nest was feeling a little empty. All this space, fresh air
All Hallows’ Eve Inspired Boeuf Bourguignon
With such a prolonged summer in Cornwall, followed by a very mild Autumn thus far, the trees and hedgerow ferns have only just started to tr
Relocating to Cornwall - Part 4. Make Hay While The Sun Shines.
It can be tough moving to a new area - making new friends and generally fitting in. My husband would argue that I don’t bother much with th
Finding your home's heartbeat
If you’ve been following my ‘Relocating to Cornwall’ series, you will know that my husband and I opted to purchase a barn conversion for our
A right royal Cornish knees-up
What could be better than spending a beautiful mild Autumn weekend by the Cornish coast. Not much you might think. Add to the mix fresh...
Relocating to Cornwall - Part 3. Finding 'The One'
I have commented in previous posts about how some of my friends and family thought my husband and I had suddenly taken leave of our...
The Gentleman's Games Table
I love that all things vintage is going through a bit of revival at the moment. There’s so many vintage fairs, flea markets and shops in...
Autumn Comfort Food - Seafood, Garden Pea and Fennel Risotto
The weather in Cornwall, even for the start of Autumn, has been stunning and I’ve been able to work outside on my furniture for much of...
Relocating to Cornwall - Part 2
I covered in Part 1 of my blog 'Relocating-to-Cornwall---Part-1-Myth-reality-the-whole-Cornish-Pasty', our initial first steps moving...
Relocating to Cornwall - Part 1. Myth, reality, the whole Cornish Pasty
I touched on, in my earlier blog 'And So The Cornish House was born...', mine and my husband’s desire to change our life and our reasons...