Church Street, Rye, East Sussex, England.
I am home (to the internet as well) after the holiday of happy happy happiness that will live in my heart forevermore. **dreamy sigh**
Really, it was all as lovely as this photograph. I cannot even formulate one of my silly neologisms to describe it. (my photo)
Arden Hall, North Yorkshire, England by Wipeout Dave
Waddesdon Manor is a country house in the village of Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire, England. This charming little cottage was built between 1874-1889 in the Neo-Renaissance style of a French chateau; and in 2008 was the National Trust’s second most visited paid-entry property.
Creek Cottage, Castleton, Derbyshire, England
A picture of Mermaid Street in Rye, Sussex.
Gold Hill in Shaftesbury is an iconic Tumblr image; but instead of merely posting this incredible place I will tell you about it as well! This is what makes my blog so excellent.
Shaftesbury is a mediaeval town in Dorset, England; (Dorset being a county on the southern coast, if you’re wanting to find it). At 718 feet (219 metres) above sea level, Gold Hill is one of the oldest and highest towns in Britain.
Alfred the Great founded the place in 880 and eight years later built an Abbey at Gold Hill, sending his tiresome and plain daughter Aethelgifu to reign as its first Abbess. All that remains of the Abbey today are the massive walled ramparts which once surrounded it. (For a perspective of the steepness of this street, glance at the minuscule fellow near the bottom of the lane)