Ilsington Country House Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ilsington
... to show me their catch. We moved on up the road to the lovely little village called West Lulworth which we had driven through yesterday. Finding a park was a problem again but we found a spot on the road eventually and we parked with two wheels on the footpath to make more room for cars to pass, however one of the locals came out and told us that was not allowed and we should park on the road as all the locals are happy to stop behind and wait until the road is clear. So we parked ...
Keith made me a lovely omelette for breakfast. They also made toast from their home-made bread with their rhubarb and ginger jam. Keith and Bridget were great hosts and there was plenty of chat over breakfast. I did not leave until 9.45 as I thought it would be a shorter day. It may have been shorter in miles, but it was the hardest day due to the steepness of the hills! It was fairly flat to Seaton, where I met a cyclist who ...
I'll keep saying this until I go blue, but there is nothing quite like the beauty on our own doorstep.
Today I went with my auntie down to a little place called Seaton. I can't say its forgotten because the local know its there. Seems like everyone else is more intent on Looe or Newquay, so I'll go with it's semi-forgotten.
The beach is dog friendly and although not rolling yellow sandy dunes, it is made of reasonably soft crushed ...
... to stay in touch. Also convenient for shopping with the cafe in the safe shopping area as the main supermarket. The electricity at 1 euro for 8 hours was fine and with first rate motorhome facilities meant we could stay cool and manage the motorhome ablutions easily. We chose to do the return journey to Hoek van Holland in one go and so left reasonably early on the Saturday. The journey through ...
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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service