Rosemundy Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we are still at least 8 hours away from Yorkshire! Devon and Cornwall are so close, and we really love visiting these western counties, but we just don’t have the time on this trip.
So at Bridport we turned north and drove through the heart of Dorset, through picturesque villages of thatched roof houses, and through beautiful green pastures and sheep . . . . lots and lots ...
When we landed we were in London. Next we caught a speedy bus which in case you we're wondering goes really fast and is the most speediest bus I have ever been on. We we're on it for two hours. Then we came to my ant Cathrin's place and we had a tasty tea of lasagna with my brother Hudson my mum and dad and my cousins Zoe, Natalie and Edward. They have: 2 bunnies. 1 named peter and a norther named Lavender 2 hamsters 1 named Pepsi the other one named ...
... is filled with chest high nettles we extend our lane walking before finally plunging back into fields on this late afternoon. We pass by a pheasant rearing area with pens full of the small birds. Not the first pheasants we have seen today, but somehow they're more humorous to watch and pleasurable to be with running along the edges of the field in front of us. We also have to negotiate another field full of cattle before following the River Frome to our ...
Once again a late start. Today Pauline took us to the Lavender Farm at Langford. The lavender had already been cropped but they have a beautiful Monet type garden to walk around and also have a nursery where you can buy plants. There is also a restaurant where we ...
... of the traffic seems to have inculcated awareness that if everyone, for example, takes their turn at a roundabout, rather than pushing the give-way-to-the-right rule, everyone gets to their destination more expeditiously and in good humour. Perhaps it is also a product of the old saw: "the British are a nation of queuers". Careful about the way you read and say that!!. Anyway, driving is a very comfortable experience for the courtesy extended.
Our visit to ...