It could be the start of Autumn, the middle of Winter, the height of Summer or the beginning of Spring and given the opportunity, I will place myself within National Trust grounds. If you leaf through my blog for a little while, you'll find that most of the lush green grounds sporadically photographed are in fact grounds/gardens belonging to the National Trust. If I could spend my entire life on National Trust ground with a DSLR in one hand and a toffee crunch ice cream in the other, trapped in a loop of Spring and Summer.. I absolutely would.
|Inside one of the temples|
Vintage Jumper - Thomas Pink
Cross-body Bag - Ralph Lauren
Jeans - Topshop Leigh Tall Jeans
Necklace - John Greed
|View looking out from one of the three temples within the gardens|
Note: don't let me deceive you; it was actually really warm there, however I tend to wrap myself in one million layers to avoid the chance of getting cold..
The Gothic Cottage (as shown above) can be found within the grounds and has a small coffee shop indoors for refreshments, which you can then enjoy whilst admiring the glistening lake. In my (and many others) opinion, every metre of the 2,650 acre Stourhead estate has something beautiful to offer, but as I mentioned before, there's only so much I can cover in one blog post!