Old School Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... checked out and drove to a nearby carpark. A courtesy bus then dropped us at the start of the Eden Project. We had a proper breaky in the café and then we were in!
At the start of the millennium, this site was a disused clay quarry and was basically an environmental wasteland. A team of eco-warriors had a vision to turn it into one of the world’s largest working bio-spheres…but instead of that they built two! There are working food gardens, ...
The wonderful library let me stash my luggage while I visited the grocery store. Nice supper of Stilton cheese, crackers, grapes & beer. The Headdons B&B is fantastic- comfy bed, great shower, beautiful gardens. I do need to use a taxi to get there. Tuesday was the ultimate highlight of the trip. Years ago I found out the the Axford family lived at Dunstaple Farm in the early 1800's. The farm ...
A bit of a blah day but only because I suffered from heart burn half the night and was a bit washed out in the morning. A day to do the washing and pack our bags. We still managed to fit in a bike ride up to Silbyback Lake and back to blow out the cobwebs. It's about an hours ride and the wind went right through you. It was very pretty but so cold. Kerry did the honours and cooked dinner for everyone ...
... and our legs definitely agreed as we began the trudge back inland to cut across back to the farm.
Pleased to the off our shoes we were greeted by a swam of flies in our bathroom. Like hundreds. Damn Eco-loos. Once cleared up we showers and set off to find a LOT of food. We drove to Bude and stumbled upon a Chinese. Yum! Bellies satisfied we headed back to our pod to look at some more stars before ...
We left work and got on the road heading to Hartland. Arriving at Loveland Farm fairly late, we had a very dark exploration to find our booked pod somewhere on the farm. It was very smelly. There were snuffling noises from nearby pigs. But eventually we found our nest pad - a pod dome structure with surrounding decking and a kitchen and bathroom hut. Amazing!
Inside the pod is a teepee with a ...