Strete Ralegh Farm

Address: Whimple, Exeter, Devon, England, EX5 2PP, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Whimple, Exeter, is near Dart's Farm Shop and Dart's Farm Shop.
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Day 2

A travel blog entry by chris_calcite on Oct 28, 2014

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... to us that the whole place has been exposed, by the BBC no less, as a front for the Church of Scientology. Suddenly it all makes sense. The unremitting positivity in the newspaper and on the walls. The odd ménage à trois between John, Irina and Ted. The obsession with 'success' and 'celebrity'. The almost indifferent attention to the hotel aspect. Wow, is all I can say, we got away lightly.

As we leave Tintagel in the mid-afternoon the light is beginning ...

Welcome to the Trigloo

A travel blog entry by trig on Oct 26, 2014

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... go to the pub for a cream tea, go to the pub and watch rugby (seasonal), go to the pub and eat amazing food, go to the pub and play skittles. Walk out into the garden on a clear night (seasonal) and see the milky way above your head, walk out the door in the morning and smell the fresh baked bread from the bakery (30 seconds away), go and buy some fresh baked goods from the bakery, or visit the local post office ...

Just a stopover....

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 04, 2014

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... 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 ...

JOURNEY TO TRESCO

A travel blog entry by rhiannon.harris on Sep 15, 2014

... a passenger trailer on the back of a trailer to our respective accommodation (me = the bothy! Phil = Upper Annexe). We were given the use of a hire bike each, which we soon put into use to cycle up to Tresco Abbey Gardens to meet Mike Nelhams for a brief garden tour and introduction. Our cease were delivered to our accommodation just after 6pm, so after a quick shower we met for dinner in The New ...

BICTON PARK BOTANICAL GARDENS AND BICTON COLLEGE

A travel blog entry by rhiannon.harris on Sep 12, 2014

Visit to the gardens and to the college to see the famous avenue of Araucaria araucana (monkey puzzle trees). Particularly impressed by the Italian garden and the Palm House, which is actually older than the one at RBG Kew. A treat to see the monkey puzzle avenue too - the trees are the largest of their kind that I've ...