Bridport Seaside Lodge
Travel Blogs from Bridport
... up side. For example four times to get a putt close to hole required you to hit it 20 to 30 feet past the hole a watch it roll back. The setting is hard to describe it was like being in Ireland or Scotland only 75 degrees!
We had a great time at dinner as there were about 15 Aussies from Queensland on their annual stag golf trip. We got talking during the dinner and teased them ...
... tried all their wines and they were lovely but a bit pricey. Next was Dalamere more tried more wonderful wines, the Rose and Pinot were great so we grabbed some. Last one we went to was Sinapius, best Pinot of the day so that might be a good Chrissy present for dad! 4 bottles of wine, $150 later... ...
... these wonderful carved trees are here to tell their story left us feeling good.
We drove back out to the highway and onto Scottsdale where we stopped for lunch in a small café frequented by regulars. We knew this because the people behind the counter knew everyone who walked in the door! After lunch - it was off to our destination for the next two days - Launceston.
... Finch, so he was in his element.
Saturday 16th lunch was at Pipers Brook winery, beautiful wines. We drove to George Town saw the lighthouse & museum.
We are moving on to Longford, stopping at Scottsdale for coffee. The towns in this area are all quiet villages.
Myrtle Park was the camp for the night where we sat around a lovely camp fire.
So until the next time.
Di and Tom and Caravan ...
... in the area.
The Pub in the Paddock – As the name suggests, it’s a pub in the middle of nowhere and most grey nomads have heard of it. It was built back in the 1800’s and the family who owned it were farmers, but two of their sons were not keen on farming so they turned it into the local watering hole. It is up for sale at a cost of $800,000 (this includes 7 acres of land, a river that apparently has trout in it, and ...