Arlington Court in North Devon is a National Trust property with more than it's fair share of interest. One of the bedrooms has been converted to a Tapestry Room with 4 tapestries depicting Europe, Africa, Asia and America, in order to try and find out more about the tapestries, I looked in a guide book and discovered we must have walked past the William Blake painting, known as 'The Arlington Blake'. We went back into the house and found it behind a curtain to protect it from being damaged by light.
The cream teas were also splendid with added bird interest:
On the way back to Swindon, a visit to Coleridge Cottage in Nether Stowey was well worthwhile. The cottage and garden has been sensitively restored in the last year.