Easton House

Address: Easton, Devon, England, TQ7 4AN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Easton


A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Nov 01, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... We were happy that we were travelling south because there was very heavy traffic heading north. The only time we had to drop our speed from the maximum 70 miles per hour was when we encountered road works and upgrading of the motorway and there is quite a bit of that going on.

The entrance into Falmouth was a little unnerving as Bruce negotiated very narrow streets with cars parked on the footpath and oncoming traffic. ...

Cardiff to Plymouth

A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 30, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... Church. As we left this precinct we saw a sign pointing to the oldest surviving house in Plymouth, situated behind St Andrews Church so we went to have a look. The house, called Prysten House, was built in 1498 as a merchant’s house and now contains a restaurant called The Greedy Goose.

Back at our hotel we checked in and are delighted to find that our room overlooks Sutton Quay an area with a marina, a number of restaurants and The Mayflower Steps.


And we are off.

A travel blog entry by hitchensgotozim on Oct 23, 2015

4 photos

... and we are now on a 6 hour drive. We were staying at a hotel for the night called the southern sun, Lovely place nice pool and and an amazing buffet full of wonderful exotic food and great juice sorry got to go now bye. Mum had goat curry and ostrich steak salad. ...

Mums Birthday

A travel blog entry by toncas_travels on Oct 19, 2015

10 photos

... at Port Isaac we saw a car park with people walking into the township. I thought bugger this I will see if we can get a bit closer. We certainly did as when we got around the first corner the road narrowed so it was impossible to turn around. We ended up driving through the village and down the hill where doc martins place is and the old school building which is ...


A travel blog entry by lee-smith on Oct 05, 2015

6 photos

... a large park and hill overlooking the sea complete with a fort and typical English lighthouse that made Mellesa very happy. Following the coastline around we came down to the Barbicon an old fishing village and the place where the pilgrims left England for America on the ship Mayflower. Walking around the narrow lanes and exploring the shops and waterfront we stumbled upon England's oldest ...