Royal Castle Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Castle Hotel Dartmouth
Wonderful place to stay. We had a choice of rooms and chose one on the 3rd level overlooking all the boats in the harbour. A fabulous breakfast was included.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Castle Hotel Dartmouth
Travel Blogs from Dartmouth
... I have had my fair share of heart break (haven't we all) and making the decision to travel with my partner was no easy choice, however since that moment I have not looked back and now I count down the days till I say goodbye to the people I leave behind and hello to a brand new, exciting and mysterious journey ahead. "Travel is not about the destination, its about the journey you take along the ...
So I guess the first place to start would be with our plans? First things first then, where are we heading.. First stop Bangkok, then the list begins; Chaing Mai, Vietnam, Cambodia, Phuket, Ko Phi Phi, Krabi, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Densapar, Bali, Gili T and finally my amazing 20th birthday back in Bangkok. Oh and lets not forget Christmas in Bali with what will most likely be a bonsai tree for the presents this year! Now as we ...
... wetsuits as the water is deathly cold! We on the other hand just sat and watched it all happening. Kate did not enjoy herself, she didn't like the beach, nor the cold weather and although I attempted to build a sandcastle and decorate it with the seaweed that had washed up on shore along with the cuttle fish, she really did not want to participate. I think that the heated indoor swimming pool back at the hotel had a lot more ...
... water at the bottom of the cement steps so that others could have fun throughout the day. Kate did not like the crabs and stood well clear of the groups. After an enjoyable waterside lunch we caught the ferry across the harbour to board an old steam train that took us to Paignton. This seaside resort reminded us of the Ekka side show ally as it was very old but it was packed with holiday makers enjoying the sunshine. The beach here was a clay colour and more dense than our ...
... into the Tamar River- one side is Devon and one side is Cornwall. There is a ferry that takes you from Devon to a tiny Cornish fishing village, Mount Edgcumbe. This ferry service was doing a roaring trade. Our cruise continued down past the old naval wharves and then back out along the Cornwall coast to the twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand, which once operated the largest smuggling fleet in Cornwall. We then headed back to the breakwater which is quite impressive. It ...