Commodore Hotel

Marine Parade, Instow, Devon, England, EX39 4JN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Marine Parade, Instow, is near The Big Sheep, Hartland Abbey & Gardens, Tarka Trail, and Royal North Devon Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Instow

    Family Weekend in Devon

    A travel blog entry by gillyspence on Sep 05, 2014

    4 photos

    I joined mum and Richard for a family weekend at the home of William and Paula and the two boys, Oscar and Archie. We picnicked on Dartmoor, walked up one of the Taws, ambled along the river Torridge on Sunday afternoon, skimmed stones and sat in the autumn ...

    Raining and walking for the train

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Aug 25, 2014

    11 photos

    ... I have made the effort to be here. Placing hands on the Copplestone Desk, a roughly 600 year old seat and desk placed at exactly the point where the Michael energy line changes direction I feel is significant. I can't stay too long, but I will not forget my time here. Then, walking through the church I have my most important experience of the day. With the spring in my stride renewed I suddenly feel the call of ...

    A glorious river walk and a bloody big hill

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Aug 22, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... a pilgrim is someone who sees life as a sacred journey, who sees the earth as a sacred home."

    Walking out onto the moor the rain has stopped but the weather continues to be grey and brooding with some wind. Our first challenge is to find a circle of stones called "Nine Stones".
    We know they can be difficult to locate and I at first head towards a circle which on closer inspection turns out to be a neatly arranged circle of sheep. ...

    Day 18 from the deepest bogs to the highest tors

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Aug 21, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... doesn’t matter. I listen to birds calling, sheep bleating and gaze down at the yellow snowflakes of wildflowers around my feet. In this environment perspective returns to my thinking, all the silliness of my grumpiness disappears and my frustrations are exposed for the self induced nothingness they really are. The Michael energy line is here and I sense something of it before we descend down into our first valley rounding the prosaically called ...

    Day Fifty Eight (21.75 miles.... Cum 1103.44)

    A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 11, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... especially stretching north to Hartland Point. No less spectacular were the rock formations on the beach. This first inlet or mouth and beach, we really appreciated. However, this stretch of the SWCP is a series of deep valleys and inlets, meaning we would walk down a steep valley side only to then have to climb out the other side. As the afternoon wore on, so the strength of the wind increased and we struggled to maintain our usual speed of between ...