The Psychology of Quality and More
A Frampton Break
Half-term, February 2007 and Eleri and I sped off for a couple of nights at the wonderful Frampton House in Frampton, Dorset, where the beautiful Grade 2 listed building is wonderfully set off by the Maynard's friendly welcome and Georgina's superb cooking. Very highly recommended!!
Here's some pictures:
We went all over the place, including the delightful Bridport, where we both bought hats from a lovely and truly original hatter and outfitter 'T. Snook'.
Lyme Regis is a lovely little town nestled in a small valley and I bet it's horrendous for traffic in the Summer.
Chesil Beach at Abbotsbury is wonderfully strange, with 10 miles of shingle stones. There was a lovely light there and here are some photos:
Weymouth town centre was pretty chavvy, but the walk down to the end of the harbour (other side of the water) was lovely.
Lulworth Cove is a fascinating feature. Tiny village but lovely walks over the cliffs. Again probably traffic chaos in high season.
Overall, a delightful break with visits to ten towns and villages packed into less than three days.
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