Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Ooh that's a snowy blue landscape. I should stay indoors for the rest of the evening, if I was you. Stay by the fire with your buttery crumpets.Blessings, Star
The grand hall is so inviting with that cozy fireplace! I could sit there for a while and just relax among the antiques!
Be still my heart. Just so very lovely!!!Lots of love and hugs,Susan and Bentleyxxoo
Oh my God!!I want to be there!!It is like a adventure!!warm hugs!!))))))))
ah...thank you for the brief tour...nice to see you at tea...
I'm so enchanted by this post. Can't wait for the next "episode". Lovely!
How very beautiful!!!!!!!!!! How lucky you are to be there.Cindy
Beautiful pictures. I love the snow on your blog.Ann
your sausage rolls, jo, were incredible, btw. as indeed were you. What fun having you here for the Tea-you added so much. I will be sure to add your entries here to my side bar.
Beautiful shots and the interior shot is really wonderful warm place !
What a glorious venue for the Christmas tea!! The great hall is breathtaking, but I love the little hallway to the kitchen!Ta!Hugs!
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