Hotel Eden Palm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... train on the outskirts of the town. It is very touristy with pretty narrow streets and nice beaches. As we still had a longways to go we left and drove through Truro. Headed for the coast over narrow back roads to the tiny cove village of Portloe and Portholland and to the gorgeous village of Mevagissy and then to to St Austall and our accommodation at Bedford House which was very ...
Today we decided to drive to Delabole where Rob's great grandfather came from to visit the slate mine that he worked in. It is still in operation for 600 years. We also visited a Roger Hawkey who has so much info on the Hawkey ancestry but the connection is further back than Thomas Hawkey who came our o Tasmania in about 1865. He was very interested in meeting us. After that we drove to Port Izaac to see the ...
Had quite a long drive ahead so left fairly early and drove to the coast passing through the quaint old village of Mortehoe. It had a 12 century church and the pews we thought to have been made from timber from wrecks of the Spanish Armada. Our drive to Mortehoe and onwards to the seaside town of Woolacombe which is famous for its wind surfing beach. Drove more back roads to Bideford then on to Appledore which is a quaint little fishing village. Our next stop ...
... spotted us and we had loads of hugs and kisses.
In the evening we had supper in the Sal and met up with many more old friends. It was great and made us realize how lucky we are to have a home here.
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... and the Castle which is definitely worth visiting. After Minehead we drove through narrow roads again passing through Portloch then the picturesque port village of Lynmouth where they make the most delicious fudge. We arrived in to Ilfracombe to the view of the port and numerous restaurants . So many people eat out. We stayed at Varley House which was very ...