2020 brought us to Rochechouart. We arrived at the same time as winter and cannot take our eyes away from our new terrace view.
What a year! Not the easiest but is ending on a glorious high. The best things come to those who wait…
A mid-winter break to Cassis – a beautiful fishing village, nestled on the mediterranean coast amongst stunning cliffs and calanques.
A special birthday celebration! The beauty of the location matched by the company. The best of times.
A 30-year dream comes closer. House-hunting in the Dordogne. Beautiful scenery, outdoor living, friendly, community-spirited villages and enough fresh air to last a lifetime.
A few stunning days spent stomping through fresh snow around Loch Lomond. Luss and its surroundings, much like Pepper’s abundant joie de vivre, never fail to impress.
A family New Year spent on the East Coast. Beach walks, blue skies, doggie dilemmas and abundant snacking.
Les Plus Beaux Villages de France are always a holiday highlight and Lot & Dordogne have more than their fair share. That and more offensively cheap, top notch vin.
For lovers of quaint hilltop villages, green rivers, spectacular vistas, slate rooftops, an explosion of nature and spectacularly cheap, quaffable wine, Hérault cannot be beaten.
Callander is the eastern gateway to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs and is a joy for walkers, cyclists and outdoor adventurists. Fab route to Aberfoyle via Loch Venachar highly recommended.
After living in Scotland for seven years, at last… a proper cold and snowy winter! Pepper loved the fresh snow and no buses meant walks to work across Arthur’s Seat. Bliss.
A wee jaunt back to my home town and a visit to my folks. As far as quaint Cornish fishing villages go, Mevagissey hits the spot perfectly.
Rescued from a horrific kill shelter, Pepper came to us from Serbia via Liverpool. She is utterly adorable and brings us joy every day. These are from her first 10 days…
A final break for bike training through the glorious Trossachs. The most beautiful region in the UK? Quite possibly.
Can a multicultural society work? In Nice, yes. Blessed with a culture, cuisine and climate close to perfection, it would appear its residents all realise how fortunate they are.