Our home for the next week -- Pitts Cottage in the village of Chitterne in the county of Wiltshire.
It's not an ancient cottage, having been built in 1870 but it is a typical English cottage . . .
with low ceilings and beams. . .
A fireplace used originally to heat the cottage, lots of windows and chintz. . .
And two comfortable wingbacks and a clock that ticks and tocks and strikes the quarter hour.
And a kitchen window that overlooks the front gate and path . . (complete with plant -- an herb would be a better choice methinks)
We've been here for three days and have had fish and chips, a cream tea and a Sunday Pub Lunch . . . tomorrow is laundry and a boot sale.
It's great to live in a cottage in a village in rural England!
It's Monday -- and I'm sharing with Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Met Monday for what a great change . . . from Linderhof to rural England!
And I'm joining Cielo at A House In the Roses for Show Off Your Cottage Monday -- even though it's our cottage for only a week -- I don't say this lightly, but I could almost trade this for Linderhof!