Friday, 24 April 2015

Exploring Dunham Massey.

We've been blessed with some gorgeous weather in the UK the last few weeks, so me and the hubby took full advantage of this and spent as much time as possible outside. We headed to Dunham Massey, a National Trust park just outside of Manchester. We've only ever been once before and I was desperate to get back and see some of the 150 deer that wander around the park.

Of course we took a little picnic with us and ate alfresco, then headed around the deer park in search of Bambi. I was certainly not disappointed and spotted quite a few deer, some were friendly enough to let me get pretty close and get some photos. It was just perfect sitting in the sun, around a pretty pond, with deer chilling in the background. We then spent some time wandering by the old hospital and buildings in Dunham Massey.

If you love animals are don't live far from Altrincham, I would certainly recommend a look at Dunham Massey. You could really spend hours getting lost in the gorgeous grounds, the perfect way to spend a summery day.

Katie xx


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  1. Oh wow! It looks so pretty, I think I'm going to have to visit now! Your pictures are so beautiful and it looks as though you had a lovely day. I especially like the lily photo and the deer photo, so gorgeous! Thanks for writing about this place, it's going on my 'to visit' list! National Trust parks are always so peaceful and charming.
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