Cornwall in September

Waaaaaay back in September we headed down to Cornwall for a job and decided to stop for a few extra nights and treat it as a bit of a holiday - it's a six hour drive from our house so it seemed to make sense that we make the most of the journey. 

We stopped in Padstow in a great bed and breakfast that we found on Airbnb and spent a couple of rainy days stomping around the Cornish coastline. This part of the world is no stranger to us and so we were happy to tread our tried-and-tested walks and just be 'away'. 

Clean and simple guest room.
Soft and cosy bedding.
Raindrops.
A stormy coastal view.
A Scandinavian-inspired black house by the coast.

This house is one of our favourite sights as it reminds us of all the sunsets and changing faces of the sea behind us - it's also the house that makes us talk of Scandinavia and all of the travels we hope to find ourselves on... and whether we'd go for hung tiles on our own (hypothetical) house design. 

Luscious grass.
Moody beach and sand dunes.
Dark rockface.
Looking out to sea.
Clifftop houses looking out on to the beach.
Grasses.
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Grassy sand dunes.
Sand dunes.
Seed heads and grasses.
Grasses and seed heads.
Looking out to sea.
Fresh and vibrant hedgerow.
Raindrops.
A singing Robin.
Rain on the window.

It will be no time at all until it's September again.