St Margarets Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bude
... forced to find shelter and lunch. This was followed by more exploration in the rain before returning to our room for a rest. By early evening it was very windy and the rain was heavier, so we set out for dinner with our ponchos on, feeling a little like the flying nun as we were blown around the streets. We awoke this morning to another windy drizzly day, consoling ourselves with the fact the we wouldn't get to see them filming Doc Martin because of the wet weather we set off after ...
Today's 14 mile (24 kms) was much easier than I thought. I haven’t walked that distance for some years and worried all last week when hiking in central Australia that the distances we walked there weren’t long enough to prepare me for Cornwall. Well, I need not have worried. Last week’s walks were tough, particularly three of them, and whilst the longest was just 16 kms, the steep climbs, steep descents and the rough ...
... reputation in particular, and knows of the other main Australian chefs/restaurants. He invited me into the kitchen and I couldn't help but be impressed with the obviously strong team spirit he has developed amongst his young but very professional kitchen and floor staff. A top class business, and for me a top class experience.
Of course one of the local delicacies is the Cornish pasty. The demand ...
... the device in the corner of my room that I had noticed earlier and wondered what it was. "Presumably, this room’s A/C had broken down previously?" I asked. No comment. But to compensate me for the inconvenience, he gave me a breakfast voucher.
Whilst checking out I mentioned the broken A/C and the receptionist was non-committal. However, a long term guest who overheard me explained she’d had the same experience but ...
... used to herald Sir Francis Drake's entrée into battle,quite amazing! The buildings are a monument to medieval craftsmanship,the Great Barn is as impressive as the Abbey. The estate looks over the Tavy Valley with lush agricultural pastures and peaceful woodlands,so much green! This is a Dartmoor gem and one we thoroughly enjoyed. Once again we walked around the gardens until closing time and we arrived back at Seaton late again. Tomorrow we leave Cornwall and head for Tenby in ...
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