Ship Inn

Lerryn, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England, PL22 0PT, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lostwithiel

One last entry

A travel blog entry by spoggle

6

... comes an arrival and on the 8th of August 2013, we had a very special arrival as Rory Milton Greenaway arrived to light up our lives...and night times. His middle name, Milton, is a nod to his great-grandad whom he never met but we know he'll be looking down on him and keeping an eye on us all.

Our other two arrivals were of the furry variety as Dotty the Beagle and Squidgy the Pug ...

Whitsand Bay, Cawsand, Mt Edgecumbe

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

10

We stayed with good friends John and Liz Ellison in the lighthouse keepers' cottage on Whitsand Bay. The shoreline has been devastated by the winter storms, so the white sand of previous years has been removed to expose great bars of rock.

On the peninsula there are small villages, one of the prettiest being Cawsand.

Also the Mt Edgecumbe estate is home to an extensive and spectacular carmelia ...

Plymouth

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

6

Plymouth has always been a strategic port for England, none more so than when the Spanish armada called. Part of the armada anchored in the bay, whereupon Francis Drake declared he had to finish his game of bowls before sorting them out. The storm gods were on his side, and the rest is ...

63. Eating Cornish Pasties in the Fog

A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz

22

... a nun. The creepy grey manor, bare winter trees, and nighttime squawking of ravens nesting in the grounds didnīt help.

The next day we spent a fair few hours walking around the Eden Project. Itīs an educational charity promoting positive climate change. The exhibition looks at our dependence on plants for food, fuel, medicines, and materials, and how we need to care for these things and use them sustainably if humans are to continue to ...

It's over

A travel blog entry by spoggle

... lows and difficulties to overcome, but those are, far outweighed by the highs, the people, the cultures, the jumping out of planes, the new experiences and the one biggest gain of them all. For the past year Sam and I have spent 24/7 living in each others pockets, we've lived in a painters van for 3 months with no room to swing a possum, we've hauled rucksacks from train station to bus station to airport and we've slept in cars in car parks. In fact the furthest apart ...

Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Lerryn, Lostwithiel, is near Cornish Coastal Path, Mid-Cornwall Galleries, and The Blacksmith's Shop.
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