Blog posts from 'April 2014'
We have lots of walks here on the Brinsop Court Estate, but sometimes it is a treat to just read about other people’s walks! Last year “The Old Ways” by Robert Macfarlane, subtitled “A Journey on Foot” was Waterstone’s June book of month and their marketing blurb stated the book is “The perfect summer read and a passionate endorsement to get out of the house, embrace the great… read more on Reading and Walking at Brinsop Court
Your week at Brinsop Court is booked and you are planning to celebrate your milestone birthday in style. For the birthday night, one of our recommended caterers has been contacted, the menus discussed and all is in hand. The invitations to your nearest and dearest have gone out and everyone has confirmed they are up for an entire week of celebrations in the gorgeous self catering manor… read more on Cooking for a Crowd when Self Catering at Brinsop Court
With the imminent launch of our new website and weddings featuring high on the list of things we are excited about, we will be writing blog posts every so often with lots of lovely wedding key words in them! Across the world, white is used on significant occasions, such as at birth, conveying innocence, truth in love, purity of union and tranquillity at death. White flowers represent… read more on White Flowers for a Wedding at Brinsop Court
I’ve just been on a hotel holiday touring around and staying in a variety of hotels from a remote one up in the hills through to one in a busy seaside resort with a couple of bed and breakfast places along the way. I should state from the outset that none of these places were in the UK, but nevertheless the principles are the same! More choice… read more on Self catering versus hotel holidays