When we visited the Festive Woodland Walk at Lotherton last week, we also popped in to the Fairy Dell, Lotherton's own secret fairy hideaway.
There's so many different styles of houses.
The Fairy Liquid Off License.
There's even a strange character or two.
The cinema. Well, Fairies apparently like to watch films too.
What's a fairy to do with a broken wing? Go to the Wing Menders of course.
Listen carefully as you pass through, you may be able to hear the fairies chatting to each other or, if you're really lucky, you might catch them granting wishes.
It's really magical, a wonderful day out if you've got little ones.
Isn't that lovely for little ones. Aww so sad to think of a fairy with a broken wing :)ReplyDelete
Delightful post and pictures. xxReplyDelete
Aren't those lovely? They certainly look magical to me!ReplyDelete
Thanks Jo for some really lovely pictures, makes me think I might add some little things in my garden in the summer.ReplyDelete
Oh how sweet, I shall put that on my list of places to see !ReplyDelete
How lovely I would love to visit the Fairy Dell. xxReplyDelete
Such a lot of work has gone into this fairy display, which must be thrilling for small children to see and search out, I can just imagine all the shrieks and giggles.ReplyDelete
SO sweet. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
So lovely. I know I would like to live there, if I was a fairy. XReplyDelete
What a sweet little place, it looks quite magical :)ReplyDelete
I'm a bit of a kid when it comes to fairy houses, lol This walk looks like lots of fun.ReplyDelete
I have always enjoyed places like this, a lovely post Jo.ReplyDelete
Our youngest grand-daughter would love to visit, and so would this Grandma :)
All the best Jan
That's adorable. I've often thought I would like to make one in my yard.....somewhere. I've not found a good spot for a garden fairy.ReplyDelete
Well, that is just delightful and utterly charming.xxxReplyDelete
What an enchanting place, fun for everyone xcxReplyDelete