Visiting The Historical Gardens Of Stourhead

Hey lovelies, welcome to my photographic tour of the incredibly beautiful Stourhead Gardens, a wonderfully kept historic venue that is owned by the National Trust and open for our viewing pleasure. This is why I haven’t been able to update this blog as often I would have hoped recently, because they were a mountain of photos to edit through! When a place is as beautiful as this was, it’s hard for a photo feen like me not to snap every beautiful flower and view that I see. I am so happy with the photos and I hope you will enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed taking them. Back in the summer my partner was gifted a national trust membership for a year and I was over the moon, as I absolutely love visiting pretty places and historic gardens, it work especially well for us as a family because with our daughter Novarose who has learning difficulties and is soon to be assessed for Autism, a place that it outdoors, has plenty of space for her to run and burn energy and filled with lots of pretty and natural things for her to inspect, truly is almost perfect for her and in turn makes it a lot less stressful for us.

Having a National Trust membership is something I have wanted for years and because day’s out like this cost the price of a small family holiday, I do feel investing in a membership almost pays for itself in a couple of trips. This day was a bit spontaneous and it though a little busy (it was the weekend before all the children returned to school, so I imagine a lot of people were making the most of the last weekend of the school holidays) it was one of those days that went just as one would hope it would go. It was sunny without being too warm, Novarose was in a good mood and we finished the day with an ice cream, getting there minutes before it closed for the day! The traffic was good and all in all it was a good day filled with unforgettable moments, moments that I will always be grateful for.

Sending you love and light,

Daniella x

Useful links: Stourhead National Trust

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