Such stunning views from the sea of windows across the front of the house.
We arrived mid morning and immediately set the table and opened the wine for a long lunch.
Lunch was followed by a couple of hours on the couch watching Love Actually. Pre dinner we opened the champagne and nibbled on canapes before our chef arrived to demonstrate and cook us dinner.
We splashed out on my favourite vintage champagne.
Bryan and I enjoying a glass before dinner.
Part of our prize included a meal cooked by Sally from Taste Trekkers. We got to choose the style and I selected Vietnamese.
Bun Thit Nuong (char grilled pork with vermicelli salad)
....and just to make sure we slept really well, a long relaxing soak in the enormous bath over looking the night time view. The bath is so big it seats two comfortably. Each of the 2 main bedrooms has it's own ensuite with this view.
Sunday morning was a little overcast and we set off for a walk, only to return 10 minutes later to wait out the rain. After a lunch of last nights leftovers we finally managed a little exercise.
...and on our last morning we cleaned out the fridge and made Bruschetta for breakfast.
A delightful weekend, shared with our lovely friends, Jenny and Mark visiting from New Zealand, and Janet, The Old Foodie .
My prize also included massages from Ripple Massage but as my boys and their partners were unable to come with us I'm treating them to the massages.