Lots of lovely thatched cottages
Friendly donkey by the village lake
ponies and foals wandering freely around
The village lake
The growing garden, and below Stephanie selecting some green beans for our dinner from the honesty box.
this is the old fashioned newsagent, with real pick and mixes like we used to get when I was a child.
We loved this village so much that we came back en route for home! We visited the shop for our 20p mix-ups each, I also bought some local plums and strawberries, all gone now lol.
We then had lunch in a café in Steff's kitchen not our usual cheap as chips type place, but delicious. Dylan had a steak Panini, I had goats cheese and pesto and Stephanie had a children's tuna sandwich. The children's sandwich came with cherry tomatoes, cucumber sticks and carrot sticks. Stephanie was a little disappointed to only get 2 of each though- she does love her veggies. We also shared a portion of chips, which was plenty for the three of us, the portions are large, it was a very different treat- the chips came out in a flower pot! If you are nearby it is well worth a visit- but don't expect it as an uber-frugal treat!