Blaise Castle is a unique hamlet of cottages built by John Nash in 1809. The hamlet consists of nine different cottages around a central sundial, all of which are completely unique and very interesting. Further details are here.
We were unable to plant a physical cache because the cottages are still occupied and there was nowhere suitable. Hence we've set a virtual cache here. These cottages are peoples’ homes so please respect them.
In order to log this cache, please: 1 go to the coordinates to record the 4th line of text. Please send this answer to us through the message centre at the same time as logging the cache. 2. Take a photo of you or your gps with your favourite cottage and post it with your log (logging requirements changed 8th May 2018).
Under no circumstances should you post the answers in your log or post photographs of the answer. You must physically visit this cache in order to log it, please do not abuse this requirement (I regret that I will have to delete logs that do not meet these requirements). When you email the answer then please remember to release your email address to enable us to reply. Parking is available on the (wide) street next to the entrance.
An (excellent) childrens' playground, space for picnics and the Blaise Castle museum are all just up the road, details here.
Please check out the Geocaching Association of Great Britain offering support for Geocachers in GB.