Beach House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... our ponchos on a guided Doc Martin tour of Port Isaac, afterwards we had lunch at the Krab Pot, a sandwich with the thickest slices of bread ever and Steve decided he was having afternoon tea instead, having a Cornwall Devonshire Tea. Then back to our room to pack ready for tomorrow and dry out a bit. By early afternoon the weather had broken and the sun was trying to shine. Steve suggested we head out about 4:30 for a walk to the seat at the top of the hill, which you see in the show. ...
... all the more so when the sun appeared in the afternoon. The dramatic atmosphere was certainly increased by the constant pounding of the Atlantic on the rocky coastline. No doubt this constant pounding over past centuries is the reason for so many coves carved into the coastline. And the coves with their pebbled beaches, rocky waterlines and caves conjure up childhood images from English adventure stories.
And how good it was ...
... reputation in particular, and knows of the other main Australian chefs/restaurants. He invited me into the kitchen and I couldn't help but be impressed with the obviously strong team spirit he has developed amongst his young but very professional kitchen and floor staff. A top class business, and for me a top class experience.
Of course one of the local delicacies is the Cornish pasty. The demand ...
... restaurant for a meal and therefore travelled the whole way in 1st class!! What a great idea seeing the 1st class ticket cost is 200 Pounds!!!
Alighted at Bodmin Parkway and got a taxi to the seaside village of Padstow where I start my hike on Sunday. Padstow has the nickname of Padstein because of Rick Stein. I understand he is a native and has countless businesses in the village. His café is famous and I may give it ...
... wasn't all about buying a camper. Anton took us up on the Bodmin moor where he goes running every Saturday and we climbed up to some rocks stacked on top of each other and walked all over the moor. It's very beautiful and I can see why he likes running up here. Anton is a keen cricketer so during the week we got to watch him twice playing cricket and he's very good at the game. He took a few catches and made lots of runs when it was his turn to bat. Jane and Anton are ...