An apple a day...

Don't get me wrong, I appreciate a really delicious apple as much as the next person, but I was a little sceptical about visiting an entire festival dedicated to apples.
Well, I say festival but it was actually just a few small but lovely stalls, run by people who are clearly passionate about that scrumptious little fruit!

It was held at Snowshill Manor, a National Trust treasure that my dad came across a few months ago.
The manor house is wonderful; crammed to the rafters with incredible objects and artefacts, collected by one man, over his entire life.
Words cannot do it justice, and the lighting in the house is a tad gloomy for photos, so I would highly recommend a visit (but look out for the samurai! Yep, I said samurai!)


  1. Hi Kerry, this location looks beautiful! Crazy, how many types of apples they presented. Enjoy your weekend! Claudia

    1. Hi Claudia, it really was a lovely place! And who knew there were over 600 types of apple! x


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