Highcliffe Contemporary Bed and Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... checked out and drove to a nearby carpark. A courtesy bus then dropped us at the start of the Eden Project. We had a proper breaky in the café and then we were in!
At the start of the millennium, this site was a disused clay quarry and was basically an environmental wasteland. A team of eco-warriors had a vision to turn it into one of the world’s largest working bio-spheres…but instead of that they built two! There are working food gardens, ...
Waddled out the next morning to continue our exploration of Cornwall. On to the large fishing port of Newyrn then Mousehole, (pron. Mozzle) a lovely fishing village; both about 2 miles from Penzance.
Driving further west to Land's End we pass along hedged lanes, past stone farm houses and one section that is like cold climate rainforest, if there is such a ...
... hedge fences and rolling countryside, and quite a few rivers to cross along the way, spilling onto the Atlantic at Portsmouth, Exmouth, Plymouth and Dartmouth among others.
Cornwall has its own language; a Gaelic tongue, but not Irish, Welsh or Scottish. Can't wait to try a proper Cornish Pasty.
We pass through Looe, Catchfrench, ...
... a unique shop Anton found and four hours passed in a blink. On the way back we took a different route to see Saint Michel but it was shrouded in mist and the tide was in so we couldn't have walked out to it anyway. Jane, Anton and co had to go out for a birthday so Kerry and Jane played Brownie and I in Euchre and overall Brownie and I got the better of them. Another great day in ...
... They have ducks, chooks, pigs and sheep. They use rare breeds in an effort to slow their journey to extinction. The young are timed to appear just before school holidays!
They avoid using heavy machinery at all, hiring in a team of horses when necessary, but otherwise everything is done by hand by the staff and volounteers.
The rhodedendrons would be spectacular in bloom but we were too late in the season ...