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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... hanging basket of cascading petunias and begonias. Nigel was so fascinated by the stunning shop assistant who worked in the bakery he bought a vanilla slice as well as his Cornish pasty. We ate our lunch in a car park overlooking the Severn Valley. Nigel said he would be perfectly happy to live there forever, but off we want again, North on the M5. One fairly easy hour on the M5 later at 130kph in the middle lane while ...
... in the model train room doing whatever model train fanciers do! By dinner time the rain had eased to 'mizzle' which is mist/drizzle, so we went to Lostwithiel village for dinner and a pint. Bangers and mash, chicken pie, many veg, apple pie with clotted cream. Great company and great atmosphere. Early bed after a busy day of total ...
... minerals from underground a la Poldark, a statue of Richard Trevithick, son of a local coal miner, who invented the first high pressure steam powered engine and steam powered locomotive in 1804 and also a bakery selling delicious Cornish pasties, so that made the trip totally worthwhile for him. I found a very sad unkempt Methodist cemetery containing many Rules, so chances are they were part of my Rule family not smart or ...
... miles were through impossibly narrow and winding roads but we got there without mishap. And it was certainly worth it. Actually Paul gave us tickets to get free entrance - other guests of his had left their tickets - valid for 7 days - with him to pass on and we were the lucky recipients. Trebah is a sub-tropical paradise with a stunning backdrop, set within one of Cornwall's "Areas of outstanding beauty", the result ...
... organised tours of the new roof structures. They are replacing like with like so there is plenty of beautiful oak beams, 8000 Welsh slates, 46 tonnes of lead as well as repairs being made to the stone works. This C17 house by the same architect as Chatsworth is a showcase for the Dutch decorative arts. 274 acres of grounds contained a herd of 200 fallow deer which charged in front ...