The Lodge Hotel

Address: Higher Town, Kingsbridge, Devon, England, TQ7 3RN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Higher Town, Kingsbridge, is near Overbecks Museum and Garden, Challaborough Bay Holiday Park, Bantham Beach, and Kingsbridge.
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Travel Blogs from Kingsbridge

'Chilled out' on a warm day

A travel blog entry by os2015 on Sep 06, 2015

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Weather: Warm 24○, sunny. Hat and sunscreen applied.
What a beautiful day. The plan was to go for a morning coffee walk in another direction until I got frustrated with a banking enquiry which involved waiting for a call which never came! We were having coffee on the front patio when golfing friends of Jan and Roger's walked along and ...

Leaving UK Plymouth Ferry

A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Sep 06, 2015

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After quite a hectic ten days with several visits to the Jolly Brew it was finally time to leave Bristol and head to Plymouth. Trip down was uneventful - apart from 50MPH zone which was due to an endangered white swan crossing the motorway, yes really. So made good progress with an average above the (my ) normal speed. Sat here on the Ferry which ...

Jazz on a steam train? That's fishy!

A travel blog entry by os2015 on Sep 05, 2015

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... to find the Pennyroyal Jazz Band playing on the platform. We located our carriage table which was in between couch seats, seating 4, then we could get off and on the steam powered train until it was ready to depart. When that time came the band also got on and continued to play until the next station, Boscarne. The band got off ...

Treasure hunt at Drake's house.

A travel blog entry by os2015 on Sep 04, 2015

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... estate and trade. The abbey, later converted to a house, today combines furnished rooms with museum galleries bringing to life the story of how seafaring adventurers Sir Richard Grenville and Sir Francis Drake changed the shape of Buckland Abbey and the fate of England.' (National Trust handbook 2015). Gardens surround, as well as woodland walks.
Jan, Clara, Jacob 9, Heather 7, and I started off ...

'Popped out for tea' and elegance.

A travel blog entry by os2015 on Sep 03, 2015

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Weather: Cool, cloudy
Roger on taxi duty today so Jan and I went off to visit 17 century Lanhydrock, owned by the National Trust, near Bodmin. 'The home of the Victorian Agar-Robartes family, the house appears as if they have just popped out for tea. There are more than 50 rooms to explore and it's easy to see the contrasts between the servants' life 'downstairs' and the elegant family rooms. The extensive garden is full ...

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