Late April and early May is the ideal time to head to the South East to witness the most beautiful carpet of Bluebells emerging in the surrounding woodland. Throughout various mature gardens and woodlands all over the countryside, millions of these little flowers come into bloom, providing visitors with the most amazing scenes that cannot be found anywhere else.
The countryside at this time becomes a haven for photographers and artists looking to capture and keep a little bit of the wonderful natural phenomenon as well as an army of walkers, romantics and those in need of a little rest and relaxation for an hour or more.
The Bluebell Woods in Emmetts Garden are famous for not only the amazing, far reaching views over the beautiful Weald of Kent, but also the sudden explosion of colour every spring around this time as spring finally springs into action! Why not take a picnic and make a day of it?
Over in Sussex, Brede High Woods have the most beautiful bluebells walks for you to enjoy, set over a 647 acres of woodland all ready to be explored! Brede High Woods has a wealth of breeds of plants and animals as well as the breathtaking, secret garden feel at this time of year due to the little bluebell flowers.
You can lose yourself for hours at a time in this serene little corner of Sussex, perfect for lovebirds, families, nature lovers or even dramatists (a spot of Midsummer Night’s Dream perhaps?!).
We have the perfect base for your exploration of this seasonal beauty, the aptly named Bluebells Cottage in Pett. Situated along a winding drive, this beautifully decorated property has a secluded, hideaway feeling with personal touches in every room.
The large, continuous windows give Bluebells a real feeling of light and space- the views from the spacious and elegant sitting area have to been seen to be appreciated! Bluebells Cottage has enough space to accomodate all your friends and family (ideal for a large family plus grandparents for instance), sleeping 10 +2 with prices starting from £1668.57 for a week (£20 per person per night).
(a little tip to finish off… thinking of popping the question? There is no where more romantic on earth than the bluebell woods at this time of year!)