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If its intimate surroundings that you are seeking, then why not pay Nymans a visit this weekend for peaceful walks amongst rose gardens, discover the history behind the ‘Messel’ estate and if you are feeling a bit peckish or fancy a bite to eat, then why not indulge yourself in the café where you can grab a delicious treat. Nymans also offers a range of activities throughout the year to keep the younger member’s of the clan occupied or perhaps you might fancy taking a stroll through the woodlands with your four-legged friend. Toby our Westie was in his element and absolutely loved exploring, as for me and Al we loved Nymans so much, that one visit just wasn’t enough, so we visited two weekends on the trot.

If you do suddenly find yourself seeking out further National Trust sites and you fancy saving yourself some money whilst you are enjoying the British countryside, then why not sign up for their annual membership? Me and Al have opted for this option as it means we get lots of days out and it costs us less than £6 each per month. This is perfect for us as we are both saving for our wedding next year and it means we get quality time together, get fit and healthy without trying and Toby also get’s to enjoy different places.

Further Information

Adult £12 (Access to the whole property)

Children £6.50 (Access to the whole property)

Under 5’s – Go Free!

Nyman’s does also offer special discounts to families and groups.

Nymans 

Don’t live near West Sussex? Don’t worry the National Trust has over 500 sites for you to choose from.

Annual Membership

 

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I hope you have enjoyed this post. If you would like to see some more suggestions from me for days out, then please do leave a comment below and I will do my best to deliver.

 

Love Emma

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After a lovely relaxing and action – packed week in Cornwall with Al and his family, I thought I would share with you all, some of the best things to see, do and eat next time you are in the area. If you would like any further information on each place then all you have to do is either click on the picture or relevant link – Enjoy!

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Exploring the Mediterranean biome.

2 Fore Street

At the top of my list has to be this lovely little restaurant situated in Mousehole. Whilst, the waiting times were rather long, the food was defiantly worth waiting for. Not only was the ambience incredibly relaxing , it also provided the perfect laid back vibe for a 30th Birthday celebratory meal during our stay. Of Course, the high standard of the food and the incredible flavours did entice me and may have resulted in me sampling a few more dishes less than 24 hours later.

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Pavlova with poached pear.

Eden Project

After visiting the tropical rainforests of eden just over two-year’s ago, I was incredibly excited to discover that my favourite attraction in Cornwall had also extended their sky walkway and despite being disappointed with the rainforest lookout being closed due to high levels of humidity, the wobbly bridge and steam clouds more than made up for this. I thoroughly enjoyed my last day in Cornwall at this stunning place and the pasta at their Med Terrace restaurant in the mediterranean biome was both reasonable in price and delicious. Of course, no trip to eden is complete without a Roskilly’s ice cream and a visit to the gift shop.

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The Eden Project.

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The rainforest biome is incredible.

Minack Theatre

After walking down to the gorgeous beach of Porthcurno and sampling a Cornish cream tea, I thought my day couldn’t get any better. But once I had reached the top, the views were absolutely breathtaking and the theatre visit was an educational experience that was surprisingly very enjoyable. This is defiantly a place worth exploring for the views alone and at £5 per adult this is a great day out if you are on a tight budget.

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A lovely place to enjoy a beach walk.

 

Porthcurno Beach.

Porthcurno Beach.

 

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Minnack Theatre offers breath-taking views out to sea.

 

St Michael’s Mount

The walk along the causeway was an experience in itself and once I Stepped onto St Michael’s mount it was as though I had been transported through time, I was greeted with cobbled lined streets, stunning gardens filled with an abundance of flowers, trees and plants and a 17th Century castle. Whilst, the prices to explore the castle are a very respectable £9.50 per adult, it is worth considering signing up to the national trust membership if you plan on visiting more of their attractions. Me and Al decided to sign up for as little as £9 a month for both of us and it meant that we can visit over 500 of the national trust sites as many times as we want throughout the year at no extra cost. It also includes free parking, a handbook to help us plan our trips as well as many other exclusive offers.

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More beautiful blooms.

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The stunning stained glass designs in the church.

 

St Ives

This picturesque fishing village and seaside town is the perfect place to enjoy a pint or simply explore the independent boutiques and shops. The St Ives Bay line also offers a scenic route from as little as £4 return during off – peak times.

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A train ride like no other.

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St Ives harbour.

Cornwall has always been a favourite place of mine since I was a child. However, Cornwall has not only captured my heart but it has also left me with lasting memories that are sure to stay with me in many years to come. Have you been to Cornwall? I would love to hear any recommendations that you may have, as me and Al are planning another visit later this year as we can’t wait to go back!

Love Emma

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This is not a sponsored post and all the views and opinions expressed are solely mine.

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