The Pines at Eastleigh
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The wonderful library let me stash my luggage while I visited the grocery store. Nice supper of Stilton cheese, crackers, grapes & beer. The Headdons B&B is fantastic- comfy bed, great shower, beautiful gardens. I do need to use a taxi to get there. Tuesday was the ultimate highlight of the trip. Years ago I found out the the Axford family lived at Dunstaple Farm in the early 1800's. The farm ...
... use to haul their stuff up and down the steep cobbled paths.
At the bottom you reach a little harbour and we took a stroll along the rocky beach. Next stop was Braunton for a drink and a look in some surf shops before onto Woolacombe. We browsed a few shops and had a wander before beginning our journey back to ...
... and our legs definitely agreed as we began the trudge back inland to cut across back to the farm.
Pleased to the off our shoes we were greeted by a swam of flies in our bathroom. Like hundreds. Damn Eco-loos. Once cleared up we showers and set off to find a LOT of food. We drove to Bude and stumbled upon a Chinese. Yum! Bellies satisfied we headed back to our pod to look at some more stars before ...
We left work and got on the road heading to Hartland. Arriving at Loveland Farm fairly late, we had a very dark exploration to find our booked pod somewhere on the farm. It was very smelly. There were snuffling noises from nearby pigs. But eventually we found our nest pad - a pod dome structure with surrounding decking and a kitchen and bathroom hut. Amazing!
Inside the pod is a teepee with a ...
... are situated at sea level (Lynmouth) and at the top of a steep hill (Lynton). Lynton is where most of the locals live and shop; Lynmouth is full of tourist shops and information about a flood in 1952 that wiped out most of the centre of town. Brian was very excited to ride the funicular-the railway up and down. It is hydraulic. 3.2 tons of water are carried by both trams and water is released from the lower one until the bottom car starts to ...