Norburton Hall

Shipton Lane, Burton Bradstock, Bridport, Dorset, England, DT6 4NQ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Shipton Lane, Burton Bradstock, is near Electric Palace, Hive Beach, and Sladers Yard.
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    Travel Blogs from Burton Bradstock

    We're off !

    A travel blog entry by timandlucygreen on Aug 09, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... had a rub down from Heathrow the security team: mainly because Lucy's boulder holder set off the metal detector; and my hand luggage (containing more gadgets than Currys on a good day) was swabbed for explosives. After surviving the rigorous security experience (thankfully no rubber gloves were needed) we boarded Delta flight VS5303 and take our surprisingly comfy seats. Lucy almost let out a yelp when she discovered that the plane's ...

    The Land of Arthur

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 30, 2014

    50 photos

    ... and Guinivere were re-interred here during the reign of Edward I.

    After ambling around the abbey grounds, we hiked up the tor (a big hill) to get to the extant tower of a fifteenth-century church. We had superb views from the top, though not of the abbey, as all but the top of the kitchen is blocked by another hill.

    Our plan was to head to Wells next, to see its truly magnificent cathedral and bishop's palace (inhabited for the last 800 years), but first ...

    We Hit the Buries Hard Today

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 29, 2014

    21 photos

    ... on the hillside, the largest in England and made in the eighteenth century, perhaps after an older one that had been there previously. We got a good view of the horse from below, and then drove up the hill right above its head. Right above the horse there’s a Bronze age hillfort with another barrow. As with the supposed site of Camelot, it’s a pasture now, with a grazing flock of sheep. We walked around the site, looked out on the view, and then headed for home. ...

    Bon voyage

    A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Jul 25, 2014

    1 comment

    ... amazing leaving book from all the kids that covered our car in glitter! Some amazing drawings and lovely messages :) As I had finished work a day earlier than joe I was convinced I could pack up my entire life (and in that read messy room!) in just one day. As I should have learnt from the epic fail from leaving our flat a couple of months ago, in which I had to call in the cleaning crew of my mother and partner in domestic miracles, Lynne. And as they ...

    Up and Down Several Cliffs‏

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Jul 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... twin village, Lynmouth, is at the bottom of the cliff, and in 1879 they built a hydraulically-operated cable car to take people between the two. The cars are powered by the rushing waters of the West Lyn River, which feeds numerous nearby cascades and waterfalls, and the cars go up and down depending on the amount of water in their tanks. We had a fantastic walk along the cliffs, several hundred feet above a sheer ...