Whilst Tom does the hard work with the push behind mower, I’m never happier than when I’m pottering around on my supercool mower. I was keeping an eye out on those clouds but they never amounted to anything.
We’ve had some amazing weather this week – bright and sunny with a lovely fresh breeze and our guests have all been relaxing on their patios on an evening with a glass or two.
We’ve still got a couple of gaps to fill in July, now with a lovely discount – why not come and see us – I might even let you have a play on my tractor 🙂
Everything is growing (even the grass – sob), the flora and fauna are coming out of hibernation and the garden is looking its prettiest. The Azalea in the picture from looking quite sad last year has come back in force, one of the early risers…
We are busy as well just now with the only availability in May being 13-17 in Sycamore Lodge we can offer 10% of the listed price please contact us directly to take advantage of this.
Our pups are very lucky to have a range of comfy dog beds all over the house. Despite this, their favourite thing to do is to cuddle up together. Here they are in their Trover coats after a wet and muddy walk through the forest squished up in Simcoe’s crate.
Dogs are made hugely welcome at Cill Mhoire – we even make sure there are some treats waiting for them if they’re hungry after their long journey to Mull
After a week away with friends and family we’re now ready for the season!
We’ve been painting our little socks off and our lodges now look shiny and fresh and definitely less orange than they used to be. We’ve still got a few bits to finish but we reckon they look lovely. Come and see for yourself!
Well the public response to government consultation was overwhelmingly positive. It’s now with Scot Gov to decide and whilst no formal decision has been made we (and most of the rest of this western isle) are keeping our fingers crossed. Since we took over no rally car has been driven past us in anger and it’s long overdue.
Local geese on the look out