Photo Diary: Hatfield House

Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Photo Diary Hatfield House
Last Sunday was a gorgeous spring day, the sun was shining, there was a chill in the air but not such a chill that being outside wasn’t enjoyable. Nick had the day off so we decided to visit Hatfield House. I’ve been several times as a child, but I can’t say I remember the last time I walked the grounds so thought it was a good opportunity to have a wander.

Hatfield House is actually one of the venues we considered for our wedding, and although the buildings and grounds are stunning I don’t think I could cope with the public being all around us on our big day as I’m too much of a private person! When we visited for wedding venue scouting I rediscovered how beautiful Hatfield House is and I made a promise to myself to come back and revisit to see the grounds properly.

Nick and I spent our Sunday morning exploring the grounds, admiring the blossom on the trees and feeding the goats in the farm – I’m not going to lie feeding the goats was certainly a highlight, the goats photographed became our best friends and tried to follow us around in the hope of more food – it was quite sweet really!

I’m so pleased the weather is warming up and the days are now longer, I’m hoping we can go on more weekend adventues a bit more regularly now as it’s such a lovely way to spend time together.
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