Reid's on The Digey

3 The Digey, St Ives, Cornwall, England, TR26 2HR, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from St Ives

Day 28. Falmouth

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... i.e. Prince Charles, full of oyster farms, from which he gets all the profits. Then there was Manderley House ( famed by the author Daphne Du Maurier in the film and book "Rebecca".) We also passed Trebar Beach where American troops left for France on D Day.. We turned around where there was a little wooden bungalow. I can't remember who owned it, but when they died they left it to the National Trust. Today you can rent it for just under £3000 per week. ...

Day 27. Port Isaac +

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... Chinese and Indian takeaways we hear of. Nowhere to be found in St Ives. So we settled for fish and chips. And that's all you can get . No potato cakes, no dim sims, no Chico rolls, no prawns or calamari. And what's more they weren't all that good. No more until we get home. Fridays temperature is predicted to be 24C, the hottest day this summer. Tomorrow will be a bit less and we plan to go to Falmouth and St Mawes. Think we'll have a big lunch so we won't need much at ...

Day 26. Truro

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... priced trinkets. We had lunch at a little pub. The food was very good and the waitress was very friendly and agreed to take our photo. We continued looking around till 5.00, when we were worn out and happy to head home. It was a good day. Tomorrow we have decided to go to Port Isaac ( Doc Martin territory ) to make sure we see this before time runs out. We only have 3 full days left before the next phase ...

Day 25. St Michaels Mount +

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... The track was narrow but quite lovely with wild flowers growing on the high sides. Turned out to be about a mile walk. Poor Edie was having trouble with her feet after all the walking on uneven stones, so she stopped before we reached the Point. The cliffs looked black and dangerous and it is no wonder there were so many shipwrecks here. On returning to the village we indulged in a Cornish pasty. Filled with steak and potatoes and onions, they are quite tasty but we ...

Day. 24. Penzance

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... pub for dinner. The Cornish Arms is about a 200 metres walk from the cottage. We got there about 5.30 but they didn't serve dinner until 6.00. So we had a drink and perused the menu. I decided I would have a Veggie Burger and Edie chose a prawn cocktail with garlic bread. The meals were very large. So long diet. But we did enjoy it and we certainly got value for money. Tomorrow we plan to go to St Michael's Mount and then down to Lizard. Not sure what else, we'll take it as it ...

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This B&B, located on 3 The Digey, St Ives, is near Tate Gallery St. Ives, Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, Carbis Bay, and Wills Lane Gallery.
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