#CountryKids at Dyrham {National Trust}

Our third, and final, National Trust visit this week took us out of the county to Dyrham Park.
The amount of space here is perfect to run, play, clear your head and just relax.

Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers
Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers
Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers
Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers
Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers
Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers
Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers
Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers
Dyrham Park {National Trust} // 76sunflowers

Avenues through the trees perfect for running.
Breath taking views.
Yet more alliums to admire.
Tractors to explore.
Hills to hurtle down.
A perfect meadow garden.
Even the rain couldn't spoil our day.

A perfect place for Country Kids.
We also explored The Courts and Stourhead this week...

The Courts // 76sunflowers
http://www.76sunflowers.co.uk/2014/05/stourhead-national-trust.html
 

Linking up here...

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall
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9 comments:

  1. Looks like you had the place to yourselves. Love Dryham park. I must take the children, as I don't think they have been. My son would love the tractors, if nothing else. #CountryKids

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  2. Sara (@mumturnedmom)31 May 2014 02:59

    Love the photos of them running, clearly having a great time despite the rain. The house and grounds look beautiful, and the tractors are fab! #CountryKids

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  3. What lovely photos of running through the gardens. #countrykids

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  4. Sarah MumofThree World31 May 2014 07:25

    It looks beautiful (although I see you had a spot of British weather to deal with!). I always look at people's photos of National Trust places and wonder why we don't visit them. (Of course it's because my kids spend the entire weekend doing sport!)

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  5. i love taking Burton and Jenson to NT places because i love the freedom they have to offer for kids - so much outdoor space to run aorund and explore. i love those tractors! glad you are having a great half term x

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  6. We love NT places too. Just beautiful and lots of places to run x

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  7. Jocelyn (@ReadingRes)31 May 2014 08:47

    It looks so beautiful there. We absolutely love our NT visits, so many stunning houses and open spaces to explore.

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  8. Coombe Mill (Fiona)31 May 2014 11:50

    Majestic buildings, well tended vast grounds and stunning views coupled with plenty of space and the odd tractor to keep the children happy - some great days out. Thanks for linking up and sharing with Country Kids.

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  9. Merlinda Little31 May 2014 20:48

    Amazing photos of an amazing place! I love how bright it is even if its raining there! The castle looks awfully awfully grand too =) #countrykids

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I appreciate all comments, thank you! x x

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