Monday, 6 August 2012

Portscatho and the lovely Homespun Fair!



How can you not love this delightful little Cornish village,

which lies in the south west corner of Gerrans Bay?





And would you love to live here?

I would!





A stroll around Portscatho is always a delight and one to which we always look forward.






Beautiful!







It's stunning and well worth a visit!






And just so charming!







And talking about charming...the reason that we were in Portscatho,

yesterday?

 Why,  the Homespun Fair, of course!






This is a fair which we love!

It's always delightful and here is a glimpse of

what was on offer, yesterday.










At the end of the day,we reluctantly said our goodbyes

and then we took a stroll, in order to savour the flavour

of this pretty place.

We'll be back in November...if not sooner!




A BIG thank you to Gertie and Jane who organise the fair.

Your hard work doesn't go unnoticed !

I award you a gold medal!

;-)




8 comments:

Thecraftytrundler said...

Wow!!!! I definitely will have to visit one day!! It all looks marvellous : ) x


Sharon xx

KC'sCourt! said...

Likewise - going to have to visit!
Julie xxxxxx

Tilly Rose said...

Hi Sal
Beautiful photo's...
We've just returned home from Port Isaac which is beautiful also.

Do you have the contact details for the crafter selling those gorgeous wooden cottages? i would love to buy a set...
My email is karen@tilly- rose.co.uk
Thanks so much
Tilly Rose x x x

All things nice... said...

Looks like something from a postcard, such lovely treasures and such a lovely wee place. Thanks for sharing

All things nice...

Anonymous said...

The day even more enhanced by sharing it with lovely friends

Anonymous said...

A lovely day in beautiful Portscatho...so nice to see you!
Love Amanda (Shabby Chick) xxx

BusyLizzie said...

Great photos Sal. I didn't get to see the village this time...rain stopped play! Lizzie x

Becca@Removalist Melbourne said...

What a breath-taking scenery! I love love places like this. Wish to visit this lovely place someday.