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Travel Blogs from Newquay
There's only one thing more exciting than driving on Cornish roads in the sunshine - that's driving in the mist and rain, which we've had a bit of in the last few days. But enough of the commentary. (You can read my blog Bloody Tourists for my rave about Cornish roads.) We shot a clip from our car driving ...
... south to Lamorna a small beach which can only be accessed by car descending down a winding nail biting one way lane catering for two way traffic. After exploring a coastal walk and the beach we drove to Logan Rock Inn where we lunched on local Cornish fare. I ordered a half pint Cornish Rattler cloudy cider from the tap and had one of the best pies I can remember with thick juicy steak pieces in a rich sumptuous gravy sauce. Jenny had the ploughman's lunch with Cornish cheddar ...
Day 3 - Friday 20th Sept.
The weather is much improved, bright sunshine, so ideal for our drive to the old fishing town of St Ives. Here we sampled the famous Cornish Pasty (that is how they spell it over here) for lunch & viewed the many wonderful galleries including the St Ives Tate.
We then journeyed through the unique landscape of tiny Iron Age fields bounded by stone walls, stone circles & the remains ...
... came without the bun on a wood board with salad and chips but tasted absolutely delish. Jenny had scampi and chips - a local delicacy. If I had stopped there I might have given the meal an almost perfect score but the squelching slurps and whirring growl of the bright shining coffee machine beguiled me into ordering a cappuccino. It arrived in a giant's tea cup - another peculiarity I haven't quite ...
... wild ponies & because of the inclement weather covered in mist. Another quaint village where we stopped for coffee was Widecombe.
Last night we stayed at the Two Bridges Hotel in Dartmoor which was built in 1770. Many famous guests have stayed there over its 240 year history including Vivienne Leigh, Winston Churchill, Wallace Simpson, Nicholas Cage.
Left Dartmoor after breakfast - travelled through more narrow roads & bridges ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility