Author Archives: Ruth
Cornwall is renowned for its daffodils and in the fields around Anthony the pickers are out in force. Historically the boundary between Cornwall and Devon had many varieties of the flower which used to be sent down to Covent Garden … Continue reading
Look at this cabin masquerading as a sauna, it’s part of a boutique hotel in the Alto Adige in Northern Italy that has everything you could want for a spa break if you had limitless cash to spend. The entire … Continue reading
March 1st heralds the first day of spring and Cornwall is set for a blizzard in the form of Storm Emma later today, in fact the Met office have issued a red snow warning which is the one that says … Continue reading
I love this, I came across it on twitter and wanted to share, collected and presented by Clotilde Olyff.
To some Paradise Cove will not be a surprise but, like the area here in Cornwall, up until a few years back it was a well kept secret; not so much these days. In a recent visit to California we … Continue reading
The cushion above is a favourite view of mine, it depicts Rame Head, which is at the eastern tip of Whitsand bay and can be seen from the back of the chalet. I bought it locally, at the studio of … Continue reading