Weekend Wanders: Nymans

We couldn’t help feeling slightly sad writing this blog post and looking through all of the summery photographs we’ve taken for our Weekend Wanders posts his year. However autumn is one of our favourite times of year with its falling leaves, crisp cool walks through colourful woodland and all the best tea blends you could hope for!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAt the end of August we went for a trip to Nymans, a local National Trust property. We’re so lucky to have so many lovely places to explore so close to home and the sun was shining so we packed our cold-brew bottles full of Bluebird Tea Co.’s Blue Raspberry tea and off we went. As always, Nymans’ was quite busy so we started off exploring through the woods with the sun shining through the trees.

The woods are incredible and we can’t wait to go back for more walks throughout autumn and see how they change over the seasons.The woods at Nymans National Trust

We then made our way up to the gardens which are renowned for their beautiful and extremely colourful summer borders. The House is half in ruin so there are ruins to explore as well as a few rooms inside the House which are open (although we didn’t venture inside on this visit).

Becca had a chance to try out her 35mm lens again, photographing the summer blooms which were still looking incredible despite it being almost the end of August.

Nymans is well worth a trip at anytime of year as there is always something to see in the Garden or the House, so do check it out if you’re in the area!

Have you been before or have any recommendations of places to explore this autumn?

Becca & Kate 


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