Q is for Quaint

I love seaside towns, especially small villages and even though we’ve lived down here in Cornwall for over six years, there are still many parts which we have yet to discover and explore.

About a month ago, we had the chance to visit the Rame Peninsula and since we just arrived from our trip, it almost felt like we were abroad again what with its lovely little cottages with shutters and plant boxes, definitely reminded me of the quaint country cottages in France.

Β Lovely isn’t it?

Q is for quaint.

Once again, linking this post up with PODcast’s #AlphabetPhotographyProject.


    • It is such a beautiful place, not as popular as the other seaside villages here in Cornwall, but just as lovely! πŸ™‚

  1. Leigh Kendall

    Looks so beautiful. There must be so many pretty, quaint places to explore in Cornwall. Lucky you living in Cornwall. Happy exploring! #AlphabetPhoto

    • It is and the Rame Peninsula isn’t as popular as the other Cornish villages. Such as shame, because it is certainly as pretty as the others!

  2. The Rame peninsula is on our must visit list – all the more so after seeing your photos! So many gorgeous spots to choose from down here though πŸ™‚

    • Oh yes, you must definitely visit! It’s such a pretty little village and in the low-tide, there’s a beach big enough for some fun in the sand for the little ones πŸ™‚

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