Cream on jam or jam on cream?
On such choices wars have been waged in England’s West Country.
The West Country is particularly close to my heart as that’s where the Scary One is from.
And she is particularly close to my heart.
So to Devon and Cornwall and their cream wars…
Now who better to find out how Devonians eat theirs than the Lady of the Manor at Sandhouse in Dorchester?
Carolyn Huyshe, who you can call M’Lady but I bet would prefer to be called Carolyn, will give you a quintessential Devon experience.
Over tea, sandwiches and scones.
As part of Insight Vacations’ http://www.insightvacations.com Country Roads ou’ll sef Wales, Devon & Cornwall.
Which is in its 2020 Europe and Britain collection which includes 100+ journeys and five new trips.
You’ll see Brecon Beacons mountain range in south Wales and also have a farm-to-fork lunch.
There will be two nights at a Bovey Castle in Dartmouth National Park and then that high tea with Caroline.
And that’s not all…. you’ll also get two nights at the 5* Red Carnation boutique hotel, Summer Lodge Country House in the village of Evershot.
So that’ll be the Wales, above, Devon and Cornwall http://Country Roads of Wales, Devon & Cornwall, below, (11 days from €2623pps).
French Heritage (22 days from 5756pps).
European Rhapsody (10 days from €2385pps).
And back to Romantic Britain and Ireland (18 days from €3803pps).
Insight Vacations is throwing in a 10% discount with the Early Payment Discount for clients who book and pay in full by February 27.
And past guests and Club Bon Voyage members can save up to 5% if they book by December 6.
And the difference between Devon and Cornwall cream. Devonians put the cream on top if the jam.