Bay Beresford Hotel

Narrowcliff, Newquay, Cornwall, England, TR7 2 PR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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First adventure - the opening of the Dawlish track

A travel blog entry by emmaw


... the track and get onto this train to London. So, as I've just said, we have just passed through the newly built Dawlish section. This was destroyed in the February storms and to get it finished in a couple of months is amazing!! They certainly lucked out today - it's beautiful weather and the perfect day to be doing that section of the line! As we passed through Dawlish station, the flags were out, along with the TV cameras!!! The train slowed ...


A travel blog entry by terry-christina

Not much to write today. We came up from Cornwall using the M5 to save time, as it is quite a long way. Beautiful countryside, green fields, white sheep, black and white cows until Birmingham where it started raining and was very dreary.

Chester was founded as a Roman Fort in the year 79, so I am looking forward to exploring. It is very close to the Welsh ...


A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... He'll talk to anyone.

It was bracing and exhilarating with the wind blowing straight off the Atlantic. The swinging pub sign was creaking eerily and it was very very nice to get back to our warm little house for coffee and scones.

It was exciting having lunch in the conservatory with the rain lashing the glass roof. The strong wind brought the temperature down to minus 5, so we stayed in all afternoon and I had a lovely sleep.


Another day, another castle

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


We needed a quiet day, so we had a Sunday drive to Torquay, through more country lanes and quaint villages. We sidetracked into Plymouth, crossing the Tamar Bridge which runs beside Brunel's famous railway bridge built in 1859. We didn't stop in Plymouth, but had a good look around. Our gg grandfather had lodgings here while waiting for his Naval postings. It looked a beautiful city, but a bit too busy for us.

On a whim we stopped ...

Tintagel Castle

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... the site of Tintagel Castle built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall in the 13th Century on a spectacularly high cliff overlooking the Atlantic. It is an amazing place, and the original castle must have been a stunning sight as it covers a huge area. It would have been a great fortress, with outlooks up and down the coast.

There was a blustery wind, passing rain showers then bright sunshine, all adding to the romanticatmosphere of this very special ...

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This hotel, located on Narrowcliff, Newquay, is near Fistral Beach, Newquay Zoo, Lappa Valley Steam Railway, and Blue Reef Aquarium.
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