The cotswolds is always a special place to visit. It's just so beautifully, absolutely, completely green. Such a perfect place to escape from everything. I never get tired of wandering through the villages, going on walks with no end point and spending nights cosied up in country pubs. Which is exactly what we did, for three whole days. We took complete advantage of the bank holiday weekend and spent the Saturday with Sams family in Coventry, then meandered down to the Cotswolds for Sunday-Tuesday. 

We hired the most beautiful airbnb. In Temple Guiting, in the garden of a couples gorgeous country house resided our barn conversion. It was just everything and if we could we would have had them adopt us along with their sheep, ducks, chickens and dogs. 

Sunday as we arrived we had a picnic in Burton-on-the-Water which was absolutely rammo given the gorgeous weather. A cosy dinner made in our barn and a few glasses of wine finished off our Sunday. 

Typically, in British fashion, bank holiday Monday was a write off. We set off on a walk when 40 minutes in, it started battering it down. Sharing a flannel shirt each (featured and so eloquently modelled above ^^), we huddled together and had a rainy stroll home. The afternoon was spent watching The Following which is some absolute next level addiction.

Tuesday we spent at a farm park, feeding and stroking precious baby animals which was the absolute best, but will feature in the next post ;). We split off time in between shearing and bottle feeding goats to visit a nearby national trust property which had the most serene views of the Cotswolds looking magical. 

It was the perfect little break to relax, chill and enjoy some gorgeous green countryside. Just what we both needed, time to completely switch off. We already can't wait to revisit the barn, it was so perfect.