I think with all the snow and chilliness that we have been having recently I need to remind everyone of warmer days.  We do have more snow forecast overnight, but we have been told we couldn’t use that as an excuse for missing the last session of our Business Excellence Course at work (not that I wanted to miss it).

So without further ado some garden views from Ightham Mote.

Over the Lake

Just Peeping

Seen Through the Garden

10 Comments CherryPie on Jan 12th 2010

10 Responses to “Ightham Mote – Gardens and Grounds”

  1. Looks beautiful….reminds me of Eardisland in Herefordshire…..


    A most picturesque village….also check out Pembridge in Herefordshire that isn’t far from Earisland…..there is one pub in Pembridge that is a must ‘The New Inn’…it has a write up here in the Telegraph.


    Sorry I haven’t been around much CherryPie…..very busy at the moment with all the different silly things I get myself involved in lol. Hope all is well.

    • CherryPie says:

      It was beautiful :-) I have not been to either of those places you mentioned. The pics on the Eardisland site make me want to visit and also see Ightham with snow around it.

      I am well and hope you are too, no worries about not being around, just take care of yourself xx

  2. It truly is a beautiful place Cherie

  3. jameshigham says:

    That lower one especially does something to me.

  4. Claudia says:

    What a difference with “Great Britain under ice”. Great to remind us that the flowers were there, and will be back. Thank you!

    • CherryPie says:

      I have to keep my focus on those gardens to keep me going until spring :-) I do love the snow too, it can be so picturesque along as you are not trying to travel in it!

  5. [...] snow did arrive over night and it was snowing like the clappers when I got up this morning.

  6. Phidelm says:

    A fitting conclusion to a gorgeous series, Cherie. Thank you. Do get in touch if you’re ever planning a trip to Somerset (Levels/Mendips/South): can help advise on hidden splendours. But Richard’s right about those black-and-white villages in Herefords, too!