Madeira Hotel

Two Cliff Road, Falmouth, Cornwall, England, TR11 4NY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Day 28. Falmouth

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... i.e. Prince Charles, full of oyster farms, from which he gets all the profits. Then there was Manderley House ( famed by the author Daphne Du Maurier in the film and book "Rebecca".) We also passed Trebar Beach where American troops left for France on D Day.. We turned around where there was a little wooden bungalow. I can't remember who owned it, but when they died they left it to the National Trust. Today you can rent it for just under £3000 per week. ...

Day 27. Port Isaac +

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... and found another car park right on the cliff edge. We got a spot on the top level but I had to go down to the lower level to get the parking ticket from the machine. The car park had 3 levels and most people were going down to the lowest level and walking out of the car park along a pathway. So we did the same. This was one of the cliff top walkways that are along most of the Cornish coast and are fully utilised by walkers of all ages. This brought us in to Port Isaac ...

Day 26. Truro

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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It had rained all night and it was still raining when I got up. I tried to FaceTime my sister but the connection was very bad. I had breakfast and did some washing and tried again. This time it was better. Edie got up and contacted her niece Michelle who had some exciting news. She and her sister Jan have booked tours to Cornwall and France n September, with a few other cities thrown in to cover the time between ...

Day 25. St Michaels Mount +

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... The track was narrow but quite lovely with wild flowers growing on the high sides. Turned out to be about a mile walk. Poor Edie was having trouble with her feet after all the walking on uneven stones, so she stopped before we reached the Point. The cliffs looked black and dangerous and it is no wonder there were so many shipwrecks here. On returning to the village we indulged in a Cornish pasty. Filled with steak and potatoes and onions, they are quite tasty but we ...

Day. 24. Penzance

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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Today was a rest day. We slept in. I arose about 8.00 and did some planning for next week. Washing got done and the dishes got washed. There is a dish washer here but it's easier just to wash the dishes as we use them. Edie showered and washed her hair and announced that she was ready to go. Go where? That was the question. From our previous experience of Sundays there was not a lot to be done. So we decided that Penzance was a large town so there should be something open. We had ...

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This hotel, located on Two Cliff Road, Falmouth, is near National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Trebah Gardens, Pendennis Castle, and St. Mawes Castle.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent