Here are some of the pretty cottages I took photos of whilst we were in Cornwall, well how could I resist they are just so lovely!
The above photo was taken in a lovely village called St Tudy which was just near where we stayed. We actually stayed in Hengar Manor Country Park which was just lovely & has 35 aches of grounds with the Manor House in the centre.
This is one of the pretty homes in St Mawes.
St Mawes is just one of my favourite places in the world, if you have never been please do visit, it is incredibly pretty & every house seems to be adorable and most of them look out on to the harbour & the sea, it is all very tranquil & idyllic. I have very fond memories of St Mawes from being a child & it certainly didn't disappoint this time visiting either as it was a wonderfully hot & sunny day with the most heavenly blue skies.
More pretty houses, although they look much prettier in their setting than these photos show.
Here is that wonderful pink cottage again which was actually called 'Pink Cottage' too! When we first approached an elderly gentleman was sitting in his front garden looking out towards the sea looking quite dapper in his summer suit & panama hat!
This is the wonderful 'Ivy Cottage' as my mum calls it. She wants to move in & whilst we were there a little old lady wandered in ~ lucky thing I thought living in such a beautiful home. The front door was open too, as it must be most days when it is warm ~ just perfect.
Here is a sneaky closeup of the front door & window, isn't it just the most perfect house.
More lovely homes, in pretty shades. All the houses in St Mawes seem to be painted white or in the most wonderful pale shades. It just makes everything look so candy perfect!
This pretty old cottage below was found in the grounds of Lanhydrock Victorian Country house which we visited. Such a beautiful house & gardens & imagine having this in your garden!
These lovelies are found at Rock. We visited Rock by ferry from Padstow on a lovely hot & sunny day. Rock is where all the rich & privilaged youngersters go, including the young royals but unfortunately William & Harry weren't to be spied!
This pretty cupcake pink cottage was found in Boscastle, remember the small fishing village which suffered those terrible floods 5 years ago! A trip to the visitor centre recalls all those horrid images of peoples lives being ruined, but today the village is restored & as pretty as ever.
Here is the lovely yellow cottage next door.
Hope you love these types of pretty cottages as I do, I must admit I do feel slightly guilty taking photos of peoples homes but I do soon sweep that away with a quick flick of my hand as folly as I think if I lived in a sweet pretty candy coloured cottage I wouldn't mind people taking a quick snap ~ although I must add if there is anyone who lives in these homes, firstly you lucky lucky people you but if you do with the photo to be removed please please don't hesitate to contact me & I will do so, pinky promise.