Cliff House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cannot be applied retrospectively. Offers correct at time of email launch, but are capacity controlled and may change at any time. Call for latest prices. All bookings are subject to Fred. Olsen’s standard terms & conditions, available on our website. Fares are valid 9th April to 31st July 2015, inclusive. Offer is based on Anchor fares: full payment is required at time of booking. 100% cancellation ...
... Gear exhibit, hundreds of old cars/bikes, an old Abbey and a palace house and gardens to explore.
The next day we found another bike museum , The Sammy Miller Museum and spent another two hours exploring the bikes and stuff. Pa you should have been here with Pete to share in all the fun. I ...
... narrow fjords, passing thundering waterfalls and iconic rock formations, en route to the idyllic villages of Olden & Flåm, nestled on the water’s edge. Experience the jaw-dropping scenery of Norway’s coastline as we explore some of its many beautiful fjords, including stunning Nærøyfjord, rated by National Geographic as the world’s number one natural heritage site. A call into Bergen, overlooked by the magnificent Mount Fløyen, provides the ideal close ...
... of Wight where Casey (another cousin from a different mother) joined us, with a stop at Highclere Castle, aka Downton Abbey!!! It looked just like the tv show, and we posed for photos on the bench where Mary and her dad talked, saw Mr Pamuk's rooms and walked down the famous staircase. We stayed on the island with Aunty Jacqui and James (now almost 5!) on the island and thoroughly enjoyed her garden with delicious tomatoes, beans, sweetcorn and ...
... views all across the town and more importantly 180O views out to sea, unfortunately now the trees have encroached and are so tall that much of the views are either blocked or only visible through
the branches. It was disappointing to see the amount of graffiti as we walked around the town and as we walked through the park with memorials, and statues all daubed with ...