Wheelwrights Cornwall B&B

151 Charlestown Road Charlestown, St Austell, Cornwall, England, PL25 3NN, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 151 Charlestown Road Charlestown, St Austell, is near Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, and The Shipwreck & Heritage Centre.
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Travel Blogs from St Austell

Pendoggett to St Austall

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 09, 2014

Said goodbye to the Hawkeys at the Cornish Arms and our goal for the day was to see St Ives and drive across to St Austall where we were booked for the night. We drove down through Newquay which is a largish seaside town. We then drove down a little inland until we reached Porthtowan and Porthreath and eventually St Ives. As you are not able to drive your care into St Ives there is ...

Pendoggett

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 08, 2014

... Doc Martin's series was made. It is an old fishing village. Only residents are able to drive down but is very touristy. After that we drove around the coast road to Port Quinn and after that to Polzeath along very very narrow roads. It has a large beach and lots of families ere there enjoying the sun. From there down the coast to Rock, another seaside village. We caught the passenger ferry across to Padstow to ...

Ilfracombe to Pendoggett

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 07, 2014

... which is a very very steep narrow street village on the sea. The streets are cobblestones and no vehicles can get down. The use sledges to transport their food and other requirements. The village is owned by a John Rouse who family has been there for hundreds of years. It was extra busy as there was a crab food festival on. Definitely a must to visit. Next we drove to Hartland Abbey which is in a beautiful forest setting and owned by the family for hundreds ...

Looe - end of the line

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Sep 06, 2014

We came into Looe on the high tide at 14:30 and tied up at the visitor's berth on West Looe quay. Most of the afternoon was spent unloading the boat as Kantara is going back to Polruan on Monday to be lifted out of the water for the winter.

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Salisbury to Ilfracombe

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 06, 2014

... and the Castle which is definitely worth visiting. After Minehead we drove through narrow roads again passing through Portloch then the picturesque port village of Lynmouth where they make the most delicious fudge. We arrived in to Ilfracombe to the view of the port and numerous restaurants . So many people eat out. We stayed at Varley House which was very ...