There is a lack of soulful and soothing afternoons these days for many of us. As we live in a climate where everyone has to perceive, it seems like we are on borrowed time.
Our minds tend to focus on areas that need less attention, making it difficult to see the beauty of the places around us.
Bournemouth's Throop village has a fascinating history, with many exciting stories and even a mystery.
In 1952, Throop House was listed as a Grade II listed building.
There are rumours of ghosts and strange happenings at the mill.
Children who died in an accident in the 1800s and figures with black coats are said to welcome visitors with laughter and singing.
Throop Mill is located directly beside the River Stour.
The area is home to various wildlife, including birds and cattle.
A cafe is also located at the Visitor Center on the way to Throop.
Throop has a luxury self-catering holiday cottage, 'The Old Barn.' According to Tripadvisor, it costs around £275 per night.
In addition, there are shopping facilities within ten minutes. Castle Point is a vast shopping area in the centre of Bournemouth.
Therefore there are many retail outlets, including Costa, Asda, WHSmith, and Waterstones. Costa, Asda, WHSmith, Waterstones and many other retail outlets.
Throop is a fabulous and beautiful place with a lot to offer with its river fishing and walk paths.
It is one place that doesn't require the need for anything other than one's self and an excellent camera to catch the beautiful enchanted echoes of Throop.
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