Just a quick post for National Afternoon Week in the UK.
(I have been hoping to come back to the blog, but my second job has forced me to work without any days off for over three months 😦 )
Last year, I stopped by Dartmoor National Park on the way back from Cornwall. At first I was going to see the place where The Hounds of Baskerville is set, however, it ended up with a lovely walk and high tea in so-called ‘the prettiest village in Dartmoor’.
This charming Lustleigh, located in the eastern section of Dartmoor National Park, is an ideal rural English village with many beautiful thatched cottages, narrow lanes and lush green woodland.
Okay, it’s tea time!
How could I resist some more cakes? Their Devon apple cake was superb – takeawayed JUST one slice 😀
Lastly, don’t forget to visit the community orchard.
Hoping to come back to Lustleigh someday for its May Day celebration, the maypole dance and Morris dancing.