Who knew! Set in the beautiful hamlet of Armscote in Warwickshire, The Fuzzy Duck is a boutique country retreat owned and restored by the family behind Baylis & Harding. So, it makes perfect sense that there’s a whole range of bath and body behind it.
However, although the retreat has the most beautiful, crisp and clean looking bedrooms that I want to move in right now, the Baylis & Harding Fuzzy Duck Collection isn’t quite living up to the contemporary luxury that it should. I’m burning the Hollyhock & Thyme candle right now and cannot smell a thing! It’s a lovely looking candle (label a bit wonky though), but there’s not enough scent for it to live up to its label of a ‘luxury scented candle’.
I’ve fared better with the Black Pepper & Sage Hand Wash, above, that gives a lovely, crisp scent to hands, but again, the label has creases. One of Bayliss & Harding’s major selling points is that it knocks brands like Molton Brown out of the equation on price, and usually, I’d say it’s a fabulous budget option – very similar in looks to MB (whose hand washes are £16 a time) – but this time, the candle is a fail. The hand wash, however, at £4, is great as long as you aren’t looking for a big, overwhelming whack of sage and black pepper.
The Baylis & Harding Fuzzy Duck Collection is on an exclusive at BHS HERE.
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