May garden blooming at Mariners Lodge B&B

There are so many busy bee’s in our garden now that the sun has gained its strength and there’s an abundance of pollen.

I love to see what a difference a month makes! Our happy visitors are certainly enjoying this lovely early heatwave, heaven!


There’s going to be a high tide this evening, coming in fast!


Such a peaceful English scene, a Devon Red cow munching below the house, whilst there’s a tight finish in a Porlock Weir Sailing Club race. Two boats make the most of a little lift to help them over the finishing line behind the first tree!


Monsters of all types abound in our sub tropical climate!

Another few weeks and this shot will be a riot of colour

Love this, it’s Rose ‘May Gold’, against the dinning room window which is reflecting other yellow plants with Porlock bay beyond.


Whoops, I couldn’t bring myself to cut back this vibrant variegated fuschia in our courtyard. Too late now!


This euphorbia and clematis are opposite the fuschia. Will our guests have to fight their way through them soon?!


Love sitting under this pergola, the dappled light is beautiful and the sea view perfect!

Come and stay with us soon . For more details go to:  www.marinerslodge.info

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About Mariners Lodge

Country House B&B In the middle of Porlock Bay within Exmoor National Park. Outstanding sea views, where the moor meets the sea. TripAdvisor 5* rating
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