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TravelPod Member ReviewsGwyndra House St Austell
Gwyndra House has been a delightful place to stay. Our Host and hostess have both been friendly, helpful, interested and interesting. Jackie has made and provided for wonderful breakfasts. While there is a time beyond which she does not serve, there evidently is NOT a time before which she does not serve. We have had a couple of relatively early mornings and she was there o see to our breakfasts with a smile on her face and the weather report. Our room (the yellow room) has very comfortable beds, a well-provided on-suite and has been very quiet. It is serviced daily and even has fresh flowers! We highly recommend this B&B.
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... museum we walked along the main street to a marina almost completely surrounded by high brick walls except for an opening for the boats to use to go to sea. The marina was almost completely empty of water and the boats were sitting on the mud. The rise and fall of the tide is amazing and, as we were there, the tide turned and the sea began to fill the marina.
Bruce re-programmed the GPS to find the quickest trip home regardless of ...
... back to the hotel.
On Friday morning we left Cardiff to travel to Plymouth where we will spend 3 nights. Most of the journey was on the motorway and the traffic was not very heavy. We were happy that we were travelling south, rather than north, as the northbound traffic was very, very heavy and very slow for at least 30 miles. We don’t know why there was a great exodus from the Devon and Cornwall area - maybe they were heading to London to cheer on ...
... for the night. I’d seen “Snoozeboxes” at Edinburgh airport but didn’t know that we’d be staying I one here. Basically, shipping containers are converted into three different pods for people to spend the night in. Our tiny space fit a double bed, two bunks, a bathroom, wardrobes and a TV…it was incredible, and as the wind and rain howled outside, we were as snug as no bedbugs in a rug!!!
The next morning we grabbed a coffee in ...
... People were walking down these narrow lanes and had to duck into doorways or recesses to let us pass. That may well be the quickest tour by a visitor. The hills were steep and the corners I had to edge around to avoid scraping the rock walls. It would be a near impossible job to be a removalist in the area. Onwards to the Lost gardens of Helidon which are on the ...
Unfortunately for the first time during our holiday the weather had become the typical English weather we had heard so much about with the rain and fog setting in which limited the exploring we could do around the Cornish coastline. None the less with umbrellas in hand we began a long walking tour of Plymouth, we were staying about a 100 metre walk from the seaside so ventured up to the Hoe ...