First up let me guide you through the rest of my Bath trip, it’s been a bit of a crazy few weeks hence the delay, but hopefully this post will be worth the wait…
The next morning we both woke up with disgustingly huge grins on our faces, there’s nothing better than waking up in paradise on a Monday morning. We sipped on tea in our four-poster princess bed before heading on downstairs for some farm fresh breakfast.
Piling our plates with the breakfast buffet, eggs, jams, yoghurts, fruits, pastries basically everything – need I go on!
Dipping away on our eggs with some sourdough soldiers and bacon butties we compiled our plan of action for the day.
The Garden Kitchen was surrounded with fresh herbs and potted plants in the gorgeously bright conservatory space.
The mix of rustic timbers continued into the space, combined with industrial lighting and feminine ceramic teapots adding a charming touch to the room.
After getting a huge fuel load of food we went to explore the beautiful building and grounds.
I took interior inspiration from almost everything in sight and of course I had to extend the tour to you.
We popped into the Billiards Room, that had a real gentleman’s feel to the space with timber paneled walls, slick leather chairs with studding detail, traditional chandelier and wall lights adding to the space.
Plus the best part a huge reclaimed fireplace adding grandeur to the games room.
Next up was the dining room, the perfect spot for a family feast.
An elaborate space decked out with crystal chandeliers, rich timbers and distressed leathers.
The hall areas were inviting with deep tones of greens and reds all accessorised with hanging antlers and eclectic framed artwork.
The Powder Rooms combined a colourful injection with striking turquoise tones mixed with terracotta-patterned tiles.
I fell in love with the boot room equipped with an antique bench and Hunter wellies available in every colour of the rainbow.
Surprisingly the ground was too dry for the bold boot so we trotted around in trainers instead.
I tried to catch a better view of the herd of deer, but failed miserably.
We potted around looking at the herb plants, wild flowers and the stunning signs of spring filling the garden.
Chickens running wild and we managed to spot the newly hatched chicks.
After nosing around we chilled in the courtyard with a pot of tea (what else!)
With the most idyllic start to any Monday morning the two little pigs waved goodbye to our den and headed on out to see more of beautiful Bath.
By now you must be desperate to visit, I can assure you that you’ll be oinking away with happiness if you book a stay!