Gable Lodge Guest House

Address: 35 Lee Road , Lynton, Exmoor National Park, Devon, England, EX35 6BS , United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 35 Lee Road , Lynton, is near Watersmeet House, Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, Lyn & Exmoor Museum, and Parracombe.
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    Taith yn Agosau!! // Trip getting closer!!

    A travel blog entry by glantafdaear on Jul 07, 2015

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    Croeso i flog Ysgol Glantaf ar gyfer ein taith i Wlad yr Ia 2015! Isod mae copi o'r llythyr sydd wedi mynd allan i'ch mab/ merch ar gyfer y daith gyda rhifau cyswllt argyfwng os oes problem yn codi yn ystod y daith . Os oes unrhyw broblemau neu os nad ydych yn gallu gweld y blog am unrhyw reswm, rhowch wybod!

    Welcome to Ysgol Glantaf's blog for our trip to Iceland 2015! Below is a copy of the letter that has been sent out today to inform you of ...

    Dunster Castle

    A travel blog entry by camrankin on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... out to be quite magical. It is amazing how the trust has taken the responsibility of bringing these old relics back to life. MA particularly felt she was in a disneyesque dreamland. At the top of the castle, the views were quite amazing. I don't think the pictures will do it the justice it deserves. We were serenaded all day by the BBC classical station which ...

    Knightshayes

    A travel blog entry by camrankin on Jul 03, 2015

    Our second garden, part of the National Trust (which I will talk more about later) was magnificent. There were four main parts to the tour; the KItchen Garden, the Formal Gardens, the Woodlands Gardens and the house itself. We spent the better part of a day exploring all of these facets. First the kitchen garden; It was enclosed by a 12 ft brick wall with turrets of the corners. ...

    Back to Barnstaple

    A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jun 25, 2015

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    We enjoyed our stay in Bristol, especially the games of snakes and ladders and Uno with Isobel. Susan and Robin met us at Barnstaple station and , after a bit of shopping in Lidl, took Lilli and the luggage back to Northfield Lane while I cycled back. It was lovely to sit in the sun for our afternoon tea and later on for dinner. The resident hedgehog put in his nightly appearance and walked past back home after devouring his supper of meal ...

    Exmoor

    A travel blog entry by betger on Jun 13, 2015

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    ... we went down and down to a little hamlet and startled the rabbits as we went. We explored the moor which is very open with a lot of sheep grazing. As we were in the return trip we went through mist and it was quite difficult to see where we were going so a slow journey. We dined at our hotel this evening, a beautiful meal of Pork, apples and beetroot and then an early ...