Minadab Cottage

Address: 60 Teignmouth Road, Teignmouth, Devon, England, TQ14 8UT, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 60 Teignmouth Road, Teignmouth, is near Gwithian Beach, River Exe, Pavilion, and Dorset - East Devon Coastline.
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    English Fish & Chips

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... and Dartmouth. The nearby beach, known as Slapton Sands, was in 1944 part of the site of the ill-fated Exercise Tiger.

    Exercise Tiger, or Operation Tiger, was the code name for one in a series of large-scale rehearsals for the D-Day invasion of Normandy, which took place on Slapton Sands or Slapton Beach in Devon. Coordination and communication problems resulted in friendly fire deaths during the exercise, and an Allied ...

    Land Roving in Modbury

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... got his old Land Rover out and took us all down to this private beach. We sat in the back. It was great fun. When we got to the beach we walked along the estuary to the sea. It was very pretty. We even got to climb the rocks. Just like we do at Gerringong.

    We climbed back in the Land Rover for the trip home. This time Dad sat in the back with us. He reckoned it was pretty cool too.

    When we got home Dad and Phil disappeared to the pub. Apparently it was a ...

    Just a stopover....

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... Restormel only saw action once during the Civil war during Charles I rein. After this is basically fell into ruins. However, it is still a nice castle to see today. The surrounding countryside is very nice and you could picture walking through the forests during the castle's heyday and hunting for deer. These kinds of ruins just spark the imagination and make you marvel at how well these were built to last this ...

    Back to the UK

    A travel blog entry by ozraftery on Oct 04, 2014

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    We got woken up at 7am this morning and it was still dark. Terrible.

    Maddy and I went downstairs to get a baguette and we had breakfast and then had to clean the apartment. It wasn't too bad - not as long as it took to clean Elle's house!

    Dad wanted to be on the move by 9am and Mum had arranged for our host Cleo to meet us at 8:45am. However, she was late and didn't turn up until 9:10am so we just gave her the keys and left.

    We caught the Metro from ...

    Grockles in Devon

    A travel blog entry by brimelowsontour on Sep 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... station and working trains and the list goes on and on, all set amongst an impressive collection of shrubs and dwarf conifers. There are duplicates sets of all the models and figures and they are changed over every spring. It takes a full 12 months to repair and maintain the models and figures before they are swapped again. If you’re ever in Devon we’d highly recommend a visit to Babbacombe.


    Its fair to say we all had a brilliant ...