Sampson Barton Guest House

Address: Kings Nympton 20981, South Molton, Devon, England, EX37 9TG, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kings Nympton 20981, South Molton, is near Quince Honey Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from South Molton

    A Sick Day

    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 12, 2015

    ... feel better.

    So my new plan is to go to the local farmer's market in the morning, go to our roast beef dinner at 12:30 lunch time, and then head to Tiverton to get a tour of the castle and look around Tiverton. We have started to avoid smaller roads if we can because they are so scary. Hopefully I will feel better by then.

    I took some photos of the horrible day, the spiders and Michael's soup, which I will send later.

    It is time for a nap.

    "Wanted On Voyage"

    A travel blog entry by needlemind on Sep 11, 2015

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... for a spot of tea. Do dogs like tea?" "That would be delightful." Said Barney. "Dogs do love tea." The pair of them, already fast friends, gulped down their tea and then decided to go for a walk. "I have some important business to attend to at the post office." Barney said, puffing out his chest with importance. "Would you mind showing me the way?" "I'd be delighted." Said Miss Washington, "I also have a letter to post, so why don't we set off ...

    Blustery Day - Shopping in Braunton

    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 11, 2015

    ... were low on fruit and veg so we headed into the next village over for supplies. It is a cool, blustery day and there was a lot of traffic in Braunton.
    That was a good thing because since we were going so slowly, I saw a store I hadn't noticed before that sold fruit and veg. We had been shopping at the co-op, but they didn't have a large selection. This place was great. I was able to find broccoli, oranges, kiwi, blueberries, raspberries, ...

    Marwood Hill Gardens

    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 10, 2015

    ... shots of the surfers and then stopped in one of our locals, The Thatch, for refreshment. The local beer is called Tribute and Michael seems to like it. I had an Earl Grey tea. We had a nice surprise when we walked home in the form of a note pushed under the door from the property manager offering to come in and clean the cottage and wash the bedding on Friday. Yes, please!!

    As well as the Devon Cream Tea, one of the things on my To Do list here is ...

    Port Isaac aka Port Wenn

    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 09, 2015

    Michael still has the last remnants of his cold and, aside from being tired, I'm feeling better. I'm sure the combination of my chicken noodle soup and going to bed at 9:00 p.m. really helped.

    I made my usual porridge with blueberries and nuts for breakfast, set up a load of towels in the washer, loaded the dishwasher, made some chicken sandwiches and we set off on our way to Port Isaac.