How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Bude
... from up there is amazing, you are surrounded by fields of yellow and white flowers, with the rugged cliffs and the village below. Just beautiful! When walking down with the sun shining brightly and some blue in the sky we came across them filming some scenes with the Doc outside his surgery. So lucky we went for that last walk, it was exciting to watch. Martin is a very happy person in real life and happy to have his photo taken with his fans. We have had a wonderful time here in Port ...
... a woollen beanie.
Talking of temperatures, an information board beside a life guard’s hut said the water temperature was just 12 degrees. But that didn’t deter the surf- boarders or the children and adults who went in swimming. Amazing. How would these brave souls appreciate swimming in Australia?
The coast between Padstow and my destination for tonight at Porthcothan was often dramatic and in parts ...
Very relaxing day preparing for the start of the coastal walk tomorrow (Sunday). After an excellent breakfast in the hotel I went for a walk to get a coffee. I was still yet to get a decent cup since I arrived in England two days ago. At a very busy coffee outlet on Paddington Station the flat white was one of the weakest, unfrothed beverages I've ever seen. My London four star hotel was still serving that ...
... long distances in the rain.
Caught my train for the four hour trip to Cornwall from a very busy Paddington Station and learned on the trip about a great scheme. My second class off peak ticket cost me 58 UK Pounds and the second class carriages were absolutely packed and noisy. Seeing I forgot to buy any lunch, I went down to the restaurant car in the 1st class section of the train to buy a sandwich, but was seduced into ...
... The sheep farming monks had an eye for a great location and the Buckland estate is no exception. This was a wonderful property,but I have to say we had to really search to find it as our Sat Nav sent us on a real goose chase,sending us into lanes that were so narrow we had to hold our breath hoping another car would not appear! It was a challenging venture that resulted in a wonderful immersion in history encompassed in an Elizabethan garden. The highlight of the day was ...