The Vyne, Hampshire

[Due to an unfortunate incident the DSLR was out of action for this trip, so the iPhone 5s had to step in]

Recently, we decided to spend a day away from London and headed to The Vyne, a beautiful Tudor house in Hampshire.

The Vyne

Coincidentally, they were having a Tudor weekend so we got involved – with a hog roast and traditional pastimes, such as archery. There was a bit of girly success here, which was extremely exciting (please note the arrow directly in the centre…) [Please also note that it was an unsporting extra arrow that gifted this victory]

Golden arrow

There was a wonderful falconry display (despite problems with microphones) courtesy of First Class Falconry, and afterwards we got the chance for a closer look at the birds that had been flying just inches above our heads.


We finished the day off with a beautiful walk through the nearby woodland, narrowly avoiding being chased by an over-protective goose with her goslings! It was a lovely day out and we would recommend it to anyone.


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