The Imperial Hotel

Taw Vale Parade, Barnstaple, Devon, England, EX32 8NB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Taw Vale Parade, Barnstaple, is near Marwood Hill Gardens, Tarka Trail, The South West Coast Path, and The Yealm Estuary.
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    Travel Blogs from Barnstaple

    Family Weekend in Devon

    A travel blog entry by gillyspence on Sep 05, 2014

    4 photos

    I joined mum and Richard for a family weekend at the home of William and Paula and the two boys, Oscar and Archie. We picnicked on Dartmoor, walked up one of the Taws, ambled along the river Torridge on Sunday afternoon, skimmed stones and sat in the autumn ...

    Day 24- A grey wet windy day on the hills

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Aug 27, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... food now disappear into shelter. The very nature even of the land is changing. We have come to understand that it is the blood red soil which defines the Devon we are now walking through. It looks as meaty as a rare steak proclaiming its virility and speaks of the potential that has produced so many of the building blocks for the venerable churches we pass through. But even the deep red earth we look down to at the bottom of the hill, so rich and full of life ...

    Day 23- Being guided by the creator

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... enjoy the essence of walking in Richard's company, without the need to consult maps, guidebooks or to worry about Debby’s wellbeing. I am fascinated by Richard’s development of the Mary Michael Pilgrims Way. From his idea born in the church in Chagford through to the production of two guidebooks, with a third on the way, and all the related website and articles, it’s a massive task. He has now developed a series of one week Pilgrimage walks along parts ...

    Raining and walking for the train

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Aug 25, 2014

    11 photos

    ... our faces we tackle the day in the worst possible frame of mind. Even the interesting fields and streams that we walk along this morning do nothing much to shift our sentiments.

    We arrive in a small village called Hittersleigh and immediately enter the small church throwing off our bags and attempting to dry and warm our hands. We spend 35 mins sitting here eating our mundane lunch of homity pies which ...

    Bid farewell to good friends, including Dartmoor

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Aug 24, 2014

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... s home in Worthing. Sure enough they have their dog called Badger, my surname, with them. We decide to hold off lunch and take a long and winding path down into Chagford, the Beatles song of the same name, sustains me. After a late lunch at 2.40 we're off again inevitably rising back up after a river walk spoiled by the signs of civilisation, dog droppings. Somehow when we are back up on Puddledown Common with splendid views, the sheep and pony ...