The Idea of Villa Castagna
A garden is both a real place, and a cloud of possibilities. What you will find here will be both something real, and something that may or may not become real. For this reason you will find no map: Instead you will meet fragments, part real, part possible.
- Garden is looking gorgeous with lots of autumn colour. We are is open for business and local cafes and pubs abd grocers are all geared up for takeaways. Montacute is very private with a third of an acre of gardens just for Montacute and a private garage. For any queries contact David 0430 455 900 #montacutepavilionandgardens, #montacutepavilion, #daylesford, #wombathill, #daylesfordmacedonranges, #spacountryvictoria, #visithepburnshire, #spacountry, #visitvictoria, #romanticgetaway, #luxurygetaways, #luxuryaccommodation, #countryescape, #wandervictoria, #countrychic, #visitvictoria, #daylesfordweddings, #daylesford.getaways, #GuestsLoveUs, #stayzau, #mydaylesfordgetaway,#romantic
Monthly Archives: May 2019
Within a month of the destruction by fire of the roof and flèche (crossing spire) of Notre Dame in Paris, proposals by architects for their replacement abound. Why are these designs so awful? The answer is simple: they lack respect. … Continue reading
A Panini with a Haddo provenance that comes up at Christie’s, New York, in May prompts some reflections on the elusive patronage of George Gordon, Lord Haddo, who died in 1791 in a fall from a horse. He is generally agreed to be the subject of a portrait by Pompeo Batoni at Haddo House, and it is assumed that he is the member of his family who acquired two Paninis, the one at Christie’s and another now in the Liechtenstein collection in Vienna. Continue reading