Dunkery Beacon Hotel

Wootton Courtenay, Exmoor, Somerset, England, TA24 8RN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wootton Courtenay, Exmoor, is near Wistlandpound.
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    Travel Blogs from Exmoor

    Day Fifty Six (Zero miles....cum 1057.59)

    A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 09, 2014

    2 comments

    The definition of a rest day: A) Zero miles walked B) Sleep C) Wake and get up whenever D) Large cooked breakfast E) Copious amounts of coffee drunk F) D) and E) accompanied by newspaper G) Watch cricket (or any sport) on TV H) Graze as appropriate during the day taking full account of A) I) If unsure at any stage, return to A) Today was the definitive rest ...

    Back in Britain

    A travel blog entry by nathancrang on Aug 09, 2014

    Hi everyone, I arrived back in the UK yesterday after a very long journey about 26 hours total - fortunately I didn't feel too bad after it, just a little tired! I've had an amazing trip, thanks for reading the blog, it's been nice knowing that people have been keeping up with what I've been doing whilst I've been on my adventures. Even whilst I've been travelling I've planned a few more trips - I've well and truly caught the "travel bug"! I hope to see you all soon and show you the ...

    Day Fifty Five (21.4 miles...cum 1057.59)

    A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 08, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... did for my feet. We then followed an old drove road to Stoke Rivers and on to Goodleigh. This drove road was completely different from the ancient roads we have followed on the moors. This way was deeply sunken, lined by trees on both sides. The road did however cross two valleys, which were surprisingly deep and steep, given that we were now off the moor. ...

    Day Fifty Four (23.37 miles... cum 1036.19)

    A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 07, 2014

    5 comments, 18 photos

    ... s stop, Warren Farm. We stopped to eat our sandwiches in Wheddon Cross. In complete contrast to some silly landlady near Bristol, here the publican was delighted to let us buy a drink and eat our own sandwiches on one of their outside tables. Suitably refuelled, we yomped back up onto the moors. Rob loves it when we get onto the tops, whereas I prefer walks like this morning where you are lower down in woodland but can still see the moors. Once up, it was a ...

    Day Fifty Three (24.5 miles.... cum 1,012.82!!!)

    A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 06, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... happy. We walked on. Knowing we still had 17 miles to do, we road walked the next 7 miles to the foot of the Quantocks. We had lunch at the pretty Hawkridge reservoir and were entertained hugely by the most farcical of fishing spectacles. There were two fly fishermen in a boat, stealthily manoeuvring around the reservoir. Every few minutes, they would take turns at casting. There was much expert swishing back and forth of the line before the final long cast. Then they would sit ...