It was so peaceful in the garden. The water just bubbled up into the top of the bowl.
Inside Tretower Court, from the Kitchen and side rooms where bread and ale were made and stored, into the Hall, where Grand Dining happened. We have been out all day, late back, it's 8.30 p.m. now and I haven't sat down to rest yet, so will be back tomorrow with more photos and words (history).
This is a Medieval grain bin. My husband is making me one from reclaimed timber (we have a huge stable-full!). Mine is a bit bigger than this and will hold all my flour supplies when it is finally finished.
Pretend loaves of bread. They looked very convincing though.
This beautiful cupboard was in the main Hall.
The Top Table. Isn't it fabulous? The tapestry behind is a painted piece of heavy fabric.
One of the lesser side tables, I like the size of that Ale Jug!
Bread and what could be pottage on another side table. "A mess of herbs" anyway! I like the wooden beakers.
Roast Suckling Pig anyone? Isn't the green glass divine? Last time I was in York I saw some for sale in one of the shops associated with a Medieval building there. Temptation!
Right, back later with some of the history of this beautiful building.