⭐️COMPETITION TIME⭐️WIN one night’s stay in this beautiful Shepherd’s Hut! ⭐️
We are so excited that @stonesfieldshepherdshut is now ready to take bookings!
Not only is it available to book to stay after our workshops, but it’s also available as a cosy country retreat throughout the year!
To enter this competition:
1️⃣Like this post
2️⃣Follow BOTH @stonesfieldshepherdshut & @inbloomworkshops
3️⃣Tag a friend (one tag per comment- each comment counts as an entry, so enter as many times as you like!)
Double your chances by entering on both Instagram and Facebook.
The winner will be selected randomly & announced on 2nd September via In Bloom Workshop’s stories.
Disclaimer: This competition is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram or Facebook. Entrants must be 18+ years old. The Shepherds hut is for a maximum of two adults staying only. GOOD LUCK!
What do you think to our beautiful little shepherd’s hut?
Perfect for escapes to the country & walking holidays!
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Busy and fun holiday away with the family, but back now and business as usual. Some mid-week stays still available for September. If you are looking further ahead, Easter weekend 2020 is already booked, so don’t miss out on the dates you want next year 🤓📆🌞😎🐶🥂🏖🏄🏻♂️ #pheasantsrest
The vast Blue Mountains National Park west of Sydney offers no end of incredible #bushwalking options. From short rambles to full scale treks, the region will hold you spellbound with its spectacular natural beauty. Meander along well-maintained trails as birdsong rings in the air and unbelievably pretty streams cascade between moss covered rocks. Walking in the Blue Mountains is easy under your own steam (just train it from Sydney to Katoomba and head down to Echo Point), or join a three-day walking holiday with @Auswalk. Highlights include the Grand Canyon, Ruined Castle and Valley of the Waters in Wentworth Falls. #Explore_BlueMountains#bluemountains#walkingholiday#hiking#walking#walks#walkingholidays
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Lovely summer day in Somerset lighting up Corner House Bed & Breakfast - come and enjoy the best of British summertime with us!
Have you read my latest blog post yet? We’re done with Monday so I think you deserve it!! It’s all about the West Highland Way in Scotland, and even if you’re not a hiker it’s worth a read because it’s a fantastic option for a first time long-distance walk! Link in my bio.
Welcome to the #CornerHouseSomerset Instagram page. We have just opened our doors for guests who want to enjoy the rural beauties of Cudworth, Somerset. Nestled in the heart of the countryside, surrounded by a beautiful English garden, stands our 18th century stone and thatched cottage. We offer three charming double rooms and delicious home cooked breakfast. Perfect for families, groups of friends or romantic getaways. Perfectly located for trips to the Jurassic Coast, local walks (and cider!), historical sites and market towns, or simply a place to relax. We look forward to welcoming you to stay soon.
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All 7 bedrooms are en-suite and are fully equipped for your stay at The St Leonard’s in Shanklin.
The St Leonards in Shanklin is listed on ➡️www.bedandbreakfastdirect.co.uk
Offas Dyke day 5. Today our journey comes to an end till next year. We packed the tent away and attempted to set off to Knighton but after a mile Jo couldn't carry on due to her feet. I rang Nigel and Julie as they had already offered to pick us up if we needed it and we headed back into Kington. With it being a 2 hour 30 min journey from Wrexham to Kington which also went through Knighton (half way point) I left Jo In the town waiting on her lift from my Mum and Pops and decided to grizz the last 13 miles out alone to Knighton as I knew I could do it in good time and meet up with Jo and Mum and Pops on their way back through. I managed the 13.73 miles in 3 hours 56 min which was tough and we all met up at the Offas Dyke centre. While I was making the journey alone I was on the fence as to whether to carry on alone or come home with Jo. In the end I decided to come home and what decided it for me was everytime Jo has been struggling she's always said that it's only bearable because she's with me ❤ as well as we started it together so I want to finish it together so I'm looking forward to getting home now and spending the rest of Jo's time off looking after her :) thanks for all the support guys and me and Jo will come back next year and start again from Kington. #offasdyke#offasdykepath#adventure#walking#walkingholidays#blister#sorefeet#kington#knighton#offasdykevisitorcentre#garmin#fenix3#speedcross4#fitness#strava#camping#backpacking
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Offas Dyke day 4. Today turned out to be a good day, we packed the tent away and limped into Hay-On-Wye for a cooked breakfast as well as 10 quid worth of compeed for Jo's feet! Lol. After patching up we headed off at a slow pace knowing we had 14 miles to cover so lots of breaks would be needed! Over the mountainess terrain today the views have been spectacular which has raised our spirits. With 8 miles to go I decided to take Jo's back pack off her for the rest of the journey (not all heroes wear capes) we walked through the ghost town of Newchurch until we arrived at a nice little village called Gladestry which we stopped in the Royal Oak Inn and had a couple of drinks and a hot meal which helped morale for the final 4 miles over the hills to Kington. We set off and fair play to Jo she powered through it as the sun set (see video). We even broke into a gentle jog on some of the down hills until eventually arriving at Kington where there is a vintage rally on here this weekend which is something to look forward to :) We're currently sat in the tent having a few cans listening to a band from the rally in the neighbouring field. #offasdyke#offasdykepath#adventure#hayonwye#backpacking#walkingholidays#speedcross4#fenix3#kington
🐶🐶 It's not too late to bring your best friend this August or the rest of 2019
We've got a handful of lodges left in August if you want to bring your four-legged friend on a Cornish adventure
🐾 Lowena Fri 30th – 3 Nights 🐾 Tregea Fri 30th – 3 Nights 🐾 Lowena Sat 31st – 7 Nights 🐾 Tregea Signature Sat 31st – 7 Nights
There are lots of dog-friendly beaches, even in the summer months, so your dog can go for a run on the sand and a splash in the sea and look as happy as Bella!
📸 Photo Credit: lucyandbellaboo
With a Bank Holiday just around the corner, and the prospect of a four-day working week, you can still make the most of this summer with a last minute escape to Sussex 😍
Check out our late availability and offers...👀by following the linkin.bio above ☝️
Lydney Docks is a place steeped in history and heritage, as well as a beautiful spot along the River Severn.
Lydney had been an important port from Roman times, though its docks and locks were not built until the early 19th century. Through the industrial revolution and well into the 20th century the local economy was dominated by the tinplate works, the railways, and the docks, which together employed large numbers. It has been a cornerstone of the heritage of the River Severn, one of the UK’s principle sea links to the rest of the world and was the last port on the Severn where sea-going boats could unload.
Now there is a marina and harbour area for seagoing yachts and motor boats as well as a small canal which the River Lyd flows into. If you're looking for an easy, flat walk and a great location to take the dogs, this is it. It's also a lovely place to watch the sunset.
Find out more at: http://www.wyedeantourism.co.uk/discover/all/t-3597%7C/i-4388-Lydney_Harbour
Quiraing on the isle of #Skye is an essential destination for any visitor to the island 😄 Try out the walk, which covers 6.8km in a loop around the massive land slip with its high cliffs, hidden plateaus and rock formations. Don’t forget your camera! 🤳Book your sailing to Skye from the link above 🙌