Another trip - visit to Blackwell, an arts and crafts house

While I was staying in Cumbria we went to see Blackwell in Bowness.This is a house designed by Baillie Scott for Sir Edward Holt, a brewer, and built in 1901. It is constructed in an arts and crafts style with rooms based around a hall with minstrels gallery and contains furniture and artifacts made by Morris and Co, William de Morgan and Ruskin and Co amongst others. The grounds around the house are lovely but the weather was foul while we were there. Lunch in the tea room was very good however!
Photography is permitted and so I let rip with the Fuji. There are a few double exposures (you can only do 2 multiple exposures with the Fuji XE-1) and I have put those at the end.


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