Kitekite Falls, Piha Just a 45-minute drive from downtown Auckland, the Kitekite Falls in Piha are one of the most famous waterfalls in the Waitakere Ranges. With six drops into a large lake-like pool at the bottom, this waterfall is a must to visit with friends.
St Nectan’s Kieve, Cornwall, England The waterfall in St. Nectan’s Glen has been described as one of the ten most spiritual sites in the country. It falls first into a kieve, orbasin (the Kieve is a potent symbol of Mother Earth and has long been a place of worship, reverence and healing since Celtic times). After the water leaps over a rock and into the kieve, it overflows and another waterfall carries the water to the lower level of the valley, where Condolden Barrow sits
Kitchen-Diner The owners laid geometric tiles to delineate the kitchen, defining this space. The exposed brick wall and reclaimed floorboards create a rustic, interesting look. The Emery & Cie tiles are from Retrouvius, as are the lights over the cooker. The stools are from Baileys. Photograph by Jake Fitzjones
Thornton Force, Yorkshire The best of the many waterfalls found near Ingleton, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, Thornton Force plunges 46ft in to the River Twiss. The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, a 4.5-mile circular path, takes in Thornton and several other falls.