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Four months of lockdown, time to get out and about. Perhaps the Great British public will take this opportunity to explore parts of the UK they have never experienced? Who knows? We hope that some will try new places, adventures and come to visit us on the Isle of Wight. In our small part of the world it's been like a ghost town, a really pleasant one - sunshine, beaches, gardening, family - we've all had time to do different things.
How will the kids survive with guests again? They (we all have) have got used to an existence of Sunday morning breakfasts on the veranda, homeschooling in the dining room, throwing wet swimmers everywhere, Roxy our family dog wandering around and settling at the toes of one child, zooming about on their bikes.
It's all a bit strange.
We live in a stunning house with masses of history, beauty, tranquility and in an amazing location, I think we've all fallen in love with Life at Lisle Combe during our lockdown. Perhaps now is the time to share it again!
We look forward to welcoming our guests to our home.
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Who would have thought that we would be home schooling, gardening, painting, baking and walking the hound all over the Easter break? No guests, so no breakfasts to cook, no people to welcome to our house, no rooms to clean and no beds to change. Life has indeed changed.