Nestled in the Meander Valley, between the Great Western Tiers and the majestic Gog Range lies the little pocket of the world which Myrtle & Me calls home.
The village of Chudleigh was founded in 1866 on land originally inhabited by the Pallittorre people for thousands of years before that. Today it’s a stunningly quaint blend of native and European landscapes. Beautifully maintained roses line the main road through Chudleigh which gives the name “The Village Of Roses”. This particular rose was in our own garden and for me, symbolises the romance and sublime beauty of a rural summer.