Later (continuing from yesterday's post), we headed out to the village of Grafton where I took no pictures of either the lovely old inn where we had lunch, nor the nicely plated lunch. Neither did I take any pictures of Ste Anne's Spa, a place I was wanting to see and where I've often thought would be a wonderfully decadent place to spend a few hundred dollars if I had nothing else needing my money. Sometimes, I'm just enjoying the moment and not thinking of future blog posts. Sorry.
However, we did go to an old canning factory that now looks nothing like any factory ever. It was built in 1904 and during the next 50 years until it was closed, thousands of pounds of produce were processed. Only one of the factory buildings and one barn remain as it all became derelict until a couple of years ago.
Now it is the sparsely decorated weekend home of a couple of designers and a weekday showroom of designer furniture.
with a spa bathroom to die for