This weekend we visited the Potting Shed Café Restaurant for Keith’s godmother’s birthday celebration meal. There was 10 of us (8 adults and 2 under 2s). My mother-in-law booked it and from all accounts it was fairly easy to do.
The café/restaurant is situated in the Plant Pot Garden Centre in Lichfield.
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Our little girl is showing to be quite clever and inquisitive so we’ve been looking for things to do to stimulate her little mind and help her development along. My husband suggested Eureka! as a place to take her so off we went! Its an interactive museum based in Halifax which was a fairly easy drive for us from Nottingham.
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In October 2019, we visited The Deep in Hull with Keith’s family to celebrate his mother’s birthday. The Deep is a huge aquarium that has over 3000 creatures and apparently the only place you can see sawfish in the UK.
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We visited Bendigo Lounge today to meet up with some friends. It wasn’t to have a meal so I’m afraid I can’t comment too much on their actual meals. We had drinks and sundaes. The sundaes were very delicious. Service from most of the staff was decent.
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I’d been to Land’s End about a decade ago with my parents but it was in the middle of winter and thick fog so I was keen to go again. Keith had never been so we thought we’d give it a go. Land’s End is the most westerly point in the UK.
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Lewinnick Lodge is a sister restaurant to The Plume of Feathers so we thought we’d book it as our final evening meal out. Again it was easy to book it online and request a high chair.
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This restaurant was suggested to us in the binder provided by the hosts of our cottage so we booked it on a whim. It was helpful that it was a short drive away as well. I was able to book it very quickly on their website. I’d also requested a high chair on the online booking. They have a sister restaurant/hotel called Lewinnick Lodge.
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St Michael’s Mount is located in Marazion. Its basically a castle and gardens located on a little island that is accessible by boat or on foot using the causeway.
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Another attraction that was close to our cottage was the Lappa Valley Steam Railway. We thought it’d be a decent place to kill a few more hours and also give Baby H her first experience of a steam train!
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We recently went to Cornwall for a family holiday and stayed in a cottage near Newquay. On the Sunday we wanted a fairly low key day so we went to Trerice which is near the cottage.
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