More Cornwall

24/04/2014


Some more pictures from our week in Cornwall. If you visit St Ives, you really must go to the Barbara Hepworth Museum (preferably without a whining four year old....!). I was utterly mesmerised, peering into her studio. What a woman!

Trebah Garden, close to Helford Passage (also a must with a great pub) is beautiful. There's a lovely little beach, where Bertie spent ages seeking out various sea creatures I don't know the names of! The views around the garden are quite breathtaking. We really enjoyed ourselves. 

It's not always easy trying to please a teenager and two young'ns, but this worked out ok!

14 comments:

  1. Oh to be in Cornwall. I love the Barbera Hepworth museum too, my favourite part is the greenhouse out in the gardens, sitting in there on a sunny afternoon is bliss (my favourite sculpture ever is housed in there!) x

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  2. Gorgeous photos Kerry. Glad you had a great holiday :) Kx

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  3. I've always wanted to go to the Hepworth Museum, and learn more about the lady my grandma once had lunch with!

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  4. Beautiful beautiful photos! Kellie xx

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  5. Hello! I've re-entered blog world after a few months of crazy house moving/renovations. You were pretty close to our little cabin at Trebah Gardens. It's a beautiful part of the world and your pics are as lovely as alwasy (I've been keeping up through Instagram!). x

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  6. love these! that baby is so precious!

    xxoo,
    nikki

    www.dreaminneon.blogspot.com

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  7. Ever since I watched Doc Martin series I want to visit St Ives and other great places around :)

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  8. I hear you on pleasing a teenager and two littles. a difficult feat, so well done you! I would love to visit someday x

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  9. It looks fantastic! Really beautiful photos. I loved St Ives as a kid, it would be great to go back.

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  10. Ahh, your photos are so stunning. I always love coming here to see what adventures you get up to over in England. Lovely as always!

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  11. I did most of my growing up around the Heleford Passage, a little village called Constantine. It is a beautiful place, such lovely coves and places to visit. I took my boy earlier in the year (he was 4months), seeing your photos has made me start planning our next adventure, he will love it now he's bigger. Thank you for sharing your wonderful pictures. x

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    1. Hi Amy, thanks for your comment - coincidentally, Constantine is where we were staying - gorgeous little village - lucky you growing up there! :)

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