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- 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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Alarm awake at 5.45 am. We're on our own now. No one to carry/ drag bags. Ha!!! After shower went to reception to collect our breakfast as restaurant isn't open on Sunday's till 7 am. Collected taxi after checkout at 7am right outside hotel. Must admit a very handy hotel even for a short time. Taxi made a quick ride around to Victoria coach station ( roads fairly quiet as Sunday) - probably no excuse as roads always seem busy at any time in London for what we're used to. Uneventful ...
Awoke to a glorious day with bright blue sky. Lazy morning and instead of fishing villages we headed to the town of Minions (and no we didn't see any little yellow people sprouting home truths!) and the Bodmin Moor - I have always wanted to walk on the moors after reading about it in books over the years! We saw horses, sheep and cattle wandering the moors. This part of Cornwall is famous for its tin and copper mining in the 1800s. It has now ...
Today was travel day, down towards Cornwall area. Along the way we stopped at Lanhydrock, home of the Victorian Agar-Robartes family. The NT has brought this back to life. You feel like you have stepped back into the home as it was around 1900 (it burned down in 1888). It has a very formal feeling out in front with a huge entry structure and surrounding low cut walls. The large yews that ...
... town of Port Isaac (of Doc Martin fame). Greg and I have decided we need to watch the series. Lots of tiny laneways with little old cottages facing this way and that and if a car happens to come along you have to flatten yourself against the wall for it to go through. We walked to to the top the cliff with great views over the village and the Atlantic Sea. Very windy nearly blew is off the ...
Headed off from Dingle Way to Cornwall. Along highways, hedge lined roads, through tree tunnels and down winding village lanes. Through villages called Piddlehinton, Puddletown, Sticklepath and Broadwoodwidger (try saying that after a few drinks!!!). The countryside is very green and glorious with the usual old churches visible in every village and half ruined castles on hillsides. Not to mentioned the thatched cottages. We stopped at ...