BEST WESTERN Livermead Cliff Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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After leaving St Austall we headed for Fowey which is such a gorgeous village at the mouth of the river. To our surprise when we walked down into the village there was the large shi Silver seas docked. It was the last thing you would expect to see in such a tiny place. Lovely shops and bought myself a casual top. Would loved to have stayed there for a couple of days. Passed through Portruan. Drove down into Polperro but once again it is a steep drive down to the village and cars ...
... our family. We have been up and down the country countless times over the past few months working so we can do this trip. Every time we have been welcomed warmly by Mum and Dad who have spent hours and hours entertaining the children whilst we have been out working. In this time, the children have systematically abused my Mum's house with black markers, lipstick, worn out the couch jumping up and down and the list goes on and ...
Gareth has now set sail from Plymouth at approximately 4pm. All feeling a little bit nervous today as the reality hits. Managed just about to get all of our stuff in the car. Fully loaded but we did it. Tomorrow is the beginning of a new era , very very excited. Enjoyed a full on day with the boys and Granny in ...
... the pool, singing together drinking wine and laughing as we decide which song he should play next. The reality is though that after 5 years, he is still very much learning and although admittedly, progress has been made, it is still pretty much like listening to a child learning a musical instrument. Repetitive, tuneless....... Bad. So perhaps i should be more positive and say yes guitar come and in a years time we will be singing around the ...
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 ...