The Falmouth Townhouse
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Continental Breakfast
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... decorations everywhere. We made our way to the forest, where palm trees and tree ferns actually grow outside in England. We crossed a Burmese Rope Bridge and then made our way to the veg gardens and flower beds. This was a magic place and it was only discovered about 20 years ago. Apparently the gardens are about 200 years old but had been overtaken by brambles…nice recovery poms!
We then drove the short distance to the Eden Project and checked into ...
... legs and took off.
There are scores of old stone chimneys in Cornwall, marking the numerous disused silver and tin mines in the area. The countryside is bleak and wind blown, like the West coasts of Scotland, Wales and Ireland, but very beautiful. Lots of stone fences, rocky farmlands and no trees at all.
All of a sudden we're back into green ...
Down the M5 to Devon and Cornwall, via Bristol, Taunton, Exeter and Plymouth.
Weather has turned for the worst, showers and fog, but temp is still 15, and doesn't feel that cold. Stopped at Teignmouth for lunch, a nice coastal holiday town heading towards Torquay.
Torquay is a big holiday town on the South Coast. We continue heading ...
... s place and when we arrived it was raining so the general consensus was to go for coffee. Great idea as by the time we'd finished the sun was out and St Ives was looking glorious and the water was beautiful. It made us want to swim. We walked around the coast and along a lovely beach and looking up at the hill there was quite a large cemetery and I commented that they had the ...
... war. More was used for growing vegies. The family distinguished themselves in the war and were one of the first families to give up their home to be used as a convalescent home for soldiers.
Again during the second war, the garden suffered from lack of people power. Eventually the house was converted into flats.
The gardens were discovered when the property was inherited in 1990 by another family member. ...