Cliff House Hotel

Bournemouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bournemouth

Brixham to Weymouth

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 11, 2014

Before leaving Brixham which is a large seaside town with so many tourists, we drove to the harbour to see the replica of the Golden Hind which is the boat that Sir Walter Raleigh sailed in. Went through Paignton to Torquay, a more upmarket tourist town and saw the coloured cabanas on the beach which were there when I came there in 1961. Also so many yachts . Drove through Babbacombe on the outskirts of Torquay where there are lovely hotels ...

New Forest, 5 -12 Sept 2014

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Sep 11, 2014

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... and a yachting marina. There is a very interesting museum and some of the 18th century shipwright’s and labourer’s cottages have been preserved to show how the village would have looked in the early 1800s. One quirky exhibit in the museum was the Puckle Gun – a primitive autocannon (1719) designed by James Puckle to prevent enemy boarding of ships. There were 2 designs - one to fire round bullets ...

A Stonehenge drive-by

A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 10, 2014

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... Dene and Paul was able to return some Austin auto parts and purchase some rare parts from the secretary of the auto collector’s club here in the UK. It was worth the drive down.

This area has tons of thatched-roof houses. The guy we were visiting had one. It just looks so cool!

We are staying the night in the closest town, Blandford Forum. This town of 11,000 has been an important market town since the ...

Bath & Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Jul 01, 2012

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... to get a table at Jamie Oliver’s Italian restaurant for lunch which was surprisingly not expensive and of course divine - safe to say we didn’t leave hungry! Bath is definitely a place that you could just aimlessly walk around for hours, as long as the weather holds out of course, and that’s what we did a lot of the time – true bliss!


Camping in a field

A travel blog entry by nicola.hancox on Mar 19, 2012

... now). Once at the top of the hill it was all down hill into Weymouth, we then joined the Rodwell trail to our campsite/field. We had a lovely view over the sea and chesil beach but the toilet and wash room were minging and there was no where to wash the pots. We battled with the wind to put up the tent and finally made a cuppa and put dinner on. Lovely first ride but tiring and we had to cycle home again ...