Port William Inn

Trebarwith Strand , Tintagel, Cornwall, England, PL34 0HB, United Kingdom | B&B
Prices starting from $165.00
 

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The Eden Project

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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... and other typical Mediterranean, South African and Californian plants. Within the dome is a lovely Mediterranean restaurant.

Between the two domes is the Link, a grass-roofed building that serves as the entrance to both domes and houses the Eden Kitchen. This is a lovely place to have lunch featuring responsibly sourced: fairly-traded, single-source, organic, seasonal and/or local and freshly made food.

The ...

Okehampton Castle, Dartmoor

A travel blog entry by earstine

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... Loo! A good toilet and shower are probably the most important facilities to me when traveling, and I find it hard to imagine how one accomplished those tasks before modern times. A city girl, I am. We then drove to the moors - lush, green, and hilly; cattle, sheep, and bands of wild ponies abound. A patchwork of farmland in the background. ...

The Eden Project and Mevegissey

A travel blog entry by earstine

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... and Greece. We ran into Kathie and decided to call it quits. We were so near the coast, we wanted to hear seagulls and see the sea. Drove to Mevagissey, a small harbor town on the southern Cornish coast. Walked along the harbor quay. The coast was ruggedly beautiful. Had a fish and chips supper, and home we went. Speaking of driving - Kathie has much improved her driving-on-the-right-side skills since Friday. I no longer scream, "Curb!" Or "Watch out for the hedges!" Like I did ...

Avebury Stone Circles, Wells Cathedral, Hay Meadow

A travel blog entry by earstine

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We said goodbye to the beautiful gardens and 11 puppies of Rook Wood Farmhouse and drove to Avebury, the site of Druid Stone Circles (like Stonehenge, only without thousands of tourists!). We were able to walk freely amongst the stones in pastures next to a quaint village. What do they mean? These stones are more spread apart than I remember Stonehenge to be. From there we encountered traffic - Glastonbury ...

Highclere Castle, Lacock

A travel blog entry by earstine

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We set out this morning to find the Highclere Park public footpath. We got to the entrance and . . . The gate and grounds were closed. I came all this way for that? Disappointed, we tried to find a back entrance. We found the church, tried a footpath through a horse pasture and . . . Another failure. People were driving further up the one lane road, so we followed. There was ...

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This B&B, located on Trebarwith Strand , Tintagel, is near Museum of Witchcraft, St. Nectan's Glen, and Merlin's Cave.
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