After an exhausting Wednesday Harry was ready for bed without any delay tactics.
"Can I take Paddington Bear to bed with me?" He asks.
"Of course you can Henry"
Henry snuggles down into bed with his little Paddington Bear.
"Goodnight Henry. Goodnight Pad... Where's Paddington gone Henry?"
Henry giggles...."He's hiding"
"Goodnight, sweet dreams".
The next morning we had planned to go to Dartmoor to see the ponies, but unfortunately the day dawned wet and grey. We set off anyway in the hope that in the direction we were going the weather would be clearer, but sadly it wasn't.
Never mind, determined to make the best of it what else to do but to stopped off at the Walled Garden Tearooms for a spot of Devonshire Tea.
The kids certainly enjoyed their cream tea.
"Is that nice Henry?"
"Delicimo!" Henry replies.
Beautiful garden, just the perfect place to stop for a Devonshire Cream Tea.
Harry seems rather impressed as well.
We all thoroughly enjoyed our most delicious scones, clotted cream and jam and cups of tea. We left feeling rather full indeed!
This lovely cottage is home to The Walled Garden Tearooms as well as the Village Post Office and Shop. Church Cottage is 400 years old. It is in the lovely picturesque village of Dunsford which is on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park. The village is home to many thatched cottages. It was pretty on this wet and grey day, it must look spectacular on a bright sunny day.
Thank you so much Laura for giving us such a wonderful break away. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and had a really special time.