Camelot

Address: Downs View, Bude, Cornwall, England, EX23 8RS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Downs View, Bude, is near Sandymouth Beach and Killarney Springs Family Park.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Camelot Bude

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Travel Blogs from Bude

Cornwall to Chester. M5

A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 06, 2015

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... stop for lunch, off the motorway. Near Stroud, Nailsworth and Minchinhampton where both Nick and Jono P spent their gap year, and also because one of my poor miserable ancestors was born in the workhouse there. Wish I could go back in time and share my flat white coffee and egg and cress sandwich with her. It must have been a tough place then, but it's beautiful now, with every shop in the high street displaying a huge, ...

Resting in Lostwithiel, Cornwall

A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 05, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

Weather wet. Travellers dry. A long leisurely breakfast led to a long leisurely morning tea then a long leisurely lunch, all still at the kitchen table. We were waiting for the rain to stop but it didn't so we cancelled plans to go exploring. Pippa and I spread out on couches and read and drank more tea, while Nigel and Peter spent ...

Roaming around Cornwall

A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 04, 2015

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... picture. Row upon row of tiny grey workers cottages which I'm sure in the past would have been home for my mining ancestors. The Camborne Redruth area was the centre of Cornish mining and manufacture in the nineteenth century, but as the industry has declined it is the welfare capital of Cornwall. Nigel was delighted to find an excellent model train shop, an original Cornish mine which housed a steam powered beam engine ...

Gardens, Medieval Festival, and ancient town

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Aug 04, 2015

... Looe. Looe centres around a smal harbour with houses clinging to the steep sided valley. It is mentioned in the Domesdaay Book and has the most rediculously narrow streets we've seen. Once again we decided not to use the internet or visitor centres but rather to head to the prettiest part of town and look for a B&B with a "Vacancy" sign. We couldn't get down the street along the river as the streets are so ...

Towards Cornwall

A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 03, 2015

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... house as if on call. Down the M5 at break neck speed to Exeter because we hadn't been to the cathedral and we had heard great things. Begun in 1114, it is hard to fathom its scale and the impression it must have made on travellers over the centuries when they came upon it. All for the glory of God and the Bishops, no doubt. Everything impressed, including the 11m tall organ pipes ...