The Meadfoot Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews The Meadfoot Bay Torquay
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... 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 ...
... money is at the root of everything we do nowadays, and well saving for our travels has been no easy task. Long office hours, tough discipline with our spending (not easy with a Ben&Jerrys obsession) and well general cutting back on every little thing we do on a daily basis. Well so far all I seem to have done is rant on but to put this into a nutshell, the baby steps of planning and saving are beyond exciting. 64 days till take ...
... park and go onto the beach. This is a Devon thing, Juliet said, they make the most of the summer months. We were one of the first there around 10am and then all of a sudden at almost 10:30 on the dot they all started arriving and by 10:45 the car park was almost full. As they have to pay, they come for the day, set up camp with their tents, or wind breakers, get out the bats and balls and start enjoying themselves. They also ...
We picked up our hire car from Heathrow airport and then headed off to Exeter with a planned stop at Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral. We did get lost several times but we did make it to Stonehenge. The crowds were out of control so we viewed it from the road rather than join the millions on the bus etc... Then off to ...
... Kingswear and overlooking one of the finest natural harbours in the UK, Dartmouth has a strong maritime heritage. After parking our car we walked along the wharf where people sat with lines in the water. We discovered that they were 'fishing' for crabs. From the shop opposite the wharf the would purchase the line a bucket, a nest and raw bacon. The bacon was placed into a mesh sack and this would attract the small crabs. At the end if the fishing they would return the crabs ...