Easton House

Easton, Devon, England, TQ7 4AN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Easton

Across the bottom coast

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2

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... our side of the road and headed in to see the lovely village with its thatched roofs. Talking of parking. The other day when we went to Rye there was a long straight part of the road prior to the village. As we left Rye later in the afternoon, we headed back along this straight and noticed a rubbish truck stopped on the other side of the road with the hazard lights on. Unfortunately our GPS 'Mona' had misbehaved again and told us at the end of that straight we had to turn back. It ...

Musbury to Exemouth 28m. 45k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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... Sustrans ranger , keeping an eye on the routes in his area. The hill out of Seaton went steeply up, but still rideable, then down into Beer, where the hill to Branscombe was huge and the 1in3 drop into the village and 1in3 up again even steeper. A similar drop down into Sidmouth followed. I stopped for lunch on the seafront where the wind was blowing the deck chairs and a few holidaymakers around. As for the hill out ...

Friday 4 July 2014 Plymouth lands end

A travel blog entry by bruce.durie

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In and around Plymouth today drove to Lands End, Penzance , St Michaels mount and St Ives. Very interesting countryside. Weather was not great really only our second or third really rainy day in a couple of months. St Ives is a pretty little village on the water and we were given Cornish Pasties for lunch Still managed an informative Plymouth Harbour boat trip in the ...

Thursday 3 July 2014 Brighton to Plymouth

A travel blog entry by bruce.durie

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Departed Brighton this morning for trip to Salisbury Plains and Stpnehenge. Far more touristy than 35 years ago with a visitors centre, museum bus link to site etc. Very popular venue however and quite well done with individual explanatory radios. Rest of day driving through green countryside in beautiful weather to Plymouth - on afternoon drove to Dartmore national park for dinner on pub on the moores, good nights entertainment and meal ...

Home time!

A travel blog entry by pieceofparadise

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... and take in Sutton Harbour itself. There you can fantasise about the flat you'd like to live in, which overlook the splendid boats in the harbour, make friends with the swans who call the harbour home or try your luck at fishing before heading back to the city for a slap-up Devon dinner at Saltash Passages' Ferryhouse Inn where you can look over to Cornwall's Saltash and also look up at Isambard Kingdom Brunel's architectural marvel the Royal Albert Bridge.


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