Daffodils never fail to lift the spirits, with their cheery yellow blooms reminiscent of the summer sunshine that we are all looking forward to seeing once again. One of the most love symbols of spring returning, daffodils have even inspired poetry, and there is nothing better than seeing the host of golden daffodils that William Wordsworth was so inspired to write about in the famous poem.
Although the spring is well on the way, it can still be chilly at this time of the year, so put on some warm clothing like this Irish sweater for men https://www.shamrockgift.com/aran-sweaters/mens-aran-sweaters and head to one of these places to be inspired by the daffodils yourself…
Dunsford Woods – Head to beautiful Dartmoor, where nestled in the Teign river valley the Dunsford nature reserve is starting to come alive for the spring, its main attraction at this time of the year. Enjoy a beautiful woodland walk along the bank of the river Teign where you will see swathes of daffodils and also some of the spring butterflies!
Newent Daffodil Trail – In the forest of Dean you will find the town of Newent that is famed for its displays of Daffodils in the spring. Walk across beautiful countryside and through woodland on the daffodil trail, a circular walk which leads you around the countryside taking in the daffodils.
Farndale – Go to Farndale in Yorkshire and follow a rambling walk through old dry stone walls, and across fields to see the famous daffodils which were planted by the monks in the Abbey nearby.