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Cliveden woods

Cliveden is part of National Trust, a little over an hour’s drive from central London. As we didn’t have enough time to visit the house too, we’ve only been to the Cliveden woods. There are 3 different trails to follow, but as it was late, we wondered around, looking at signs and we managed to have a lovely walk.

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The house looks so nice, I would love to see it. Now the house is a hotel, but there are guided tours twice a week. The gardens can be visited too. For the woodland there is another car park, but it’s not opened till late, as it is in our parts.

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The bench is in the perfect spot to sit and relax, enjoying the Thames and the Cliveden house.

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Hubby wanted a picture with Festus, his loyal dog. Festus wasn’t that bothered that his leg didn’t fit on the bench. They stayed there for a few minutes so I was able to take a lot of pictures.

Beside the beautiful walk along Thames, there are wooden sculptures of different animals. I liked them a lot.

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Here is the viewing point. The old Tudor house is so pretty amongst the woods. I’m not sure if it can be visited or it’s a private home.

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One very wonderful surprise was the butterflies. While I was ready for some squirrels and birds singing, I didn’t expect so many butterflies flying around. There were the whites and Fritillary, among others.

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We’ve spent there only 1 hour as it was near closing time, but it was so relaxing it felt like we’ve been there for ages.

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