Garden House

Address: 4 Hoopern Avenue, Exeter, Devon, England, EX4 6DN , United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 4 Hoopern Avenue, Exeter, is near Crealy Adventure Park, Exeter Cathedral, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, and Underground Passages.
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Travel Blogs from Exeter

Cornwall to Lyme Regis, Dorset

A travel blog entry by epring on Jun 06, 2015

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... appartment is tucked up above the garage, beside a lovely thatched roof home., looking out to trees, garden tweeting birds -and in the distance the cliffs of Devon. David has only bumped his head about 4 times! Yesterday was the river cottage cooking school- by the end we were exhausted, but we learnt a lot in idyllic surroundings. Today it's off to Heathrow for 24 hours in the air! Boo ...

Eype - Highlands End Holiday Park

A travel blog entry by susiwen on May 30, 2015

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... old customs house. Next stop was Freshwater Beach Holiday park after a very steep cliff walk for a loo stop and bought a drink from the spar shop. Our next stop was Hive Beach. We popped to the cafe, which was heaving, bought a couple of lattes and after having a chat with a few anglers we headed back to our camper. Nigel was running up the cliffs, I was huffing and puffing a way behind. Once back at highlands we went to explore and looked around the ...

The English Riviera

A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 27, 2015

... to the 1960's. Being far too cold for us to consider spending time on the beach, we once again did some quality training, clocking up another ten or so kilometres walking the hilly streets of Torquay. Our hosts at Fleurie house, the delightful Carol and Malcolm, suggested a local pub for dinner. We couldn't go passed Curry Night, with your choice of curry and a pint for seven pound a head. It was great value and I even managed to finish a pint of Strongbow ...

Doc Martin Tragic

A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 26, 2015

Today was the day. The weather was looking OK so we got an early start and took off for Port Isaac, aka Portwenn of Doc Martin fame. This was one of the highlights of the trip, and I wasn't disappointed. We arrived at about 10:30 and were pleasantly surprised to be one of the only people in the car park. It was cold and a bit overcast, but certainly clear enough, as we headed towards the village from the car park. It wasn't ...

Day 3 - Devon

A travel blog entry by peterleesa on May 24, 2015

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... which sold food - mainly pastries and fudge. Displays of amazing pasties and sausage rolls, cakes and slices. We resisted temptation, although the thick shortbread slice looked delicious to Ashlee and I, but Leesa was the strong one amongst us to say we couldn't have it. A quick stroll onto the rocky beach was followed by a short drive to the village of Sea Town, whose only attraction was ...