Monday, 1 October 2012

Brockhampton Estate

On the way back home from a little shopping trip this weekend, me and Matt decided to have quick mooch around Brockhampton Estate. It was such a lovely, surprisingly warm day, so I took full advantage of the weather and took some photos in the amazing gardens of the estate.


The house was built on the estate in 1380, it's absolutely gorgeous from the outside, definitely looks like something out of a Disney film, however inside it's pretty freakin' scary. The gardens are so well kept, as it's now owned by the National Trust, it's definitely worth a visit...








I still can't believe how beautiful the roses that grew up the side of the house were, I could have stood photographing them for hours, they were all so perfect. Have you guys ever been to Brockhampton Estate? or know of any old stately homes that are worth a visit? I'd love to know. 

I've also written a guest post for Australian lifestyle blogger Monika over at Today I so if you have a spare 5 minutes definitely go check it out and let us know what you think...

Hope you all had a super weekend :) xxx

34 comments:

  1. This looks wonderful! It reminds me a bit of the Shakespeare house in Stratford. Or maybe it's just the beautiful English charm...

    Great guest post! Your pictures are brilliant, I love the combination of blue and yellow on the old doors.

    All the best from Germany
    x Laura

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  2. That place looks so beautiful! Did you use a film camera for the photos? :) Gorgeous! xx

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    1. Thank you! No I just used a DSLR, but edited on photoshop after :) x

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  3. Wow that house really does look incredible. I would definitely want to stop and snoop around a bit too. What a fun adventure for a weekend

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  4. Looks lovely, when I go places like this I always secretly pretend I live there!Rx

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  5. It looks so pretty there! I love your photos, they're always lovely. :) x x

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  6. so pretty! love the urple flower and the roses. You look really cute, too!
    Katie

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  7. Wow, looks like something out of a fairytale! x

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  8. It is - it's a bit like Rose red's cottage...I loved that story as a kid. Such a beautiful place.

    Nina x

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  9. Awh lovely pics! xo

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  10. whoa 1380 that is old, you would be pushed to find much older

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    1. I know it's crazy, find it hard to get my head round old buildings! x

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  11. I love these photos. Gorgeous :) x

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  12. beautiful photos! The house looks so intriguing

    Francesca xo
    http://goingroundthemulberrybush.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It really is, a definite must if your in the area! x

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  13. oooomg, haha what a gorgeous place, im dying over those roses! :)

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  14. I can't believe that house was built such a long time ago and is still standing, so beautiful.

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    1. I know it's unbelievable when you think about it! x

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  15. This place looks so magical!!
    xo TJ

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