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14 April 2014

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Vintage Jane

Sounds just perfect!

Sue

Having lived in the midlands all my life I know what you mean. I could really go for some seaside right now. Glad you had a good break.

PinkCatJo

It looks like an absolutely beautiful place. The sort of picture I immediately get in mind when I think of the coast. I'm so pleased you had plenty of blue skies! x

Aloadofoldtat.blogspot.co.uk

Looks idyllic. Half my life in the city and the rest so far by the sea, sea wins every time.

Amy at love made my home

Looks and sounds lovely! Glad that it met with expectations and I know what you mean about some sea time! xx

CJ

Blissful. I love the sea too, it has a certain magic to it. Wonderful. Every time. So glad you had a good trip.

Fiona

The Restoratory-what a great name! I find a bit of sea and sun always lifts the soul:-) looks like a fab break.

Gina

I can see why you would have been seduced by that photo. Sounds like you had a perfect restoratory break.

Isabelle

Sea and mountains. Can't beat them. Though Ox is also very nice.

Angel Jem

Just imagine 100 years ago when any visit to the sea would be very likely impossible! I think Persephone publish 2 weeks in September which shows the power of a seaside trip very well. Glad you had fun.

driftwood

looks heavenly x

The Coffee Lady

It looks lovely. And WARM? How did you get it to be WARM?

UK lass in US

I feel a little guilty that we live so close to the beach and I only take my kids a handful of times a year. Pictures of little fishing villages are what catch my eye, but I do love a pebbly beach.

Paola

I live in Positano so um, a LOT of sea. But I totally get what you are talking about because the sea goes deep into your skin, gets the best of you and once you've seen it you're hooked for life. I go on vacations but I love going back home, opening my windows in the morning and breathing in the sea, its life, its power, its magic.

Whimsycate

Looks like a lush little break! We're planning to move from our house by the sea in the North East down to Manchester in the next year or so, the only reservation i have is leaving my beloved beaches! x

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