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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      Jamaica Inn, Princetown and Ivybridge

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Dec 01, 2014

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      Drove across Bodmin Moor to the pub called "Jamaica Inn," scene of the novel by Daphne Du Maurier. The pub was built as a coaching house in 1750. We looked at the museum , partly about the authoress and partly about Cornish smuggling through the years, the subject of the book. I had read almost all Daphne's books years ago, when I lived in Plymouth, but still ...

      We're off again

      A travel blog entry by kingy2 on Nov 18, 2014

      7 comments, 1 photo

      Tuesday finally arrives and we're on the 1803 out of Exeter St David's after a quick beer in the Great Western. As we pull out we dig into our supplies, I head to the buffet car to pilfer some ice and we settle back to enjoy a couple of G&T's. Slightly embarrassing as the bottle of tonic all but explodes over the laptop of the guy sitting opposite, but it's only a toshiba, so I'm not overly concerned. I'm not sure where it started, maybe as a ...

      Day 2

      A travel blog entry by chris_calcite on Oct 28, 2014

      10 photos

      ... hotel for a coffee" I say. This is our first comfort break since Bristol and it's already nearly 3pm, so it's well deserved. To be fair, the overlook is a good one and does exactly what we need it to, so I do feel a cup of coffee is the least we can give the CCH for borrowing their car park. We head inside.


      At this point the strangeness begins, and although there's a vibe, to be honest we didn't quite get what it was right away. In the foyer we are greeted ...

      Finding my Ancestors!

      A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Oct 25, 2014

      5 photos

      ... on the Drakes. Inside, they had a monument that was just for the Drake family. As it turns out, they were a very influential family in this area, and one of them were even knighted. Most were Barons as well. It was all quite interesting and I was very excited to have found what we were looking for!
      After spending a while at the church, we went for lunch at the local pub that is named after Sir Francis Drake's ship. We then made our way to Lyme Regis. Lyme Regis is right ...

      Just a stopover....

      A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 04, 2014

      9 photos

      ... with a bailey inside and was made out of shale. It was built in the 12th century on a hill overlooking the River Fowey. It had a double set of entrance gates and what looks like a dry moat. This castle bounced around in ownership during the 12th century and the only notable owner was The Black Prince Edward III. He used the castle between 1354 and 1356 to gather his feudal lords so they could show their allegiance ...