The Portsmouth Arms Inn

Address: Portsmouth Arms, Burrington, Umberleigh, Devon, England, EX37 9ND, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Portsmouth Arms, Burrington, Umberleigh, is near Cobbaton Combat Collection and North Nethercleave Farm - South West Snails.
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    Travel Blogs from Umberleigh

    Ilfracombe, Devon

    A travel blog entry by betger on Jun 12, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... hill but we went on to the village, this pretty little village has many attractions. There is a yarn market, the castle, a dovecote and a tithe barn which is now the village community centre. We spent some time exploring this village and walked down to the Galoxy bridge which turned out to be a lovely curved packhorse bridge. We called in to the local church ...

    Exeter

    A travel blog entry by chintz on May 31, 2015

    8 photos

    ... is the largest town on the Moors and a gaol was built in 1809 to house French and American POWs. Today, it is a low security gaol, where it is self sufficient and supplies the other gaols in England as well.

    Dinner tonight was at The Ley Arms in Ken, whiich was built in 1207. Across the road is the Ley church with its beautiful wooden pews which are still used today - most uncomfortable. ...

    Jumping off the edge...

    A travel blog entry by wanderingsam on May 29, 2015

    1 photo

    ... visa applicants have to go to the Moscow embassy to apply, even if they live 5000 miles away in Vladivostok. So now, I have to go to London to present myself in person. Fair enough. And then the Chinese visa. A little less onerous but still involves lots of financial outlay. So now it's just waiting until my new passport arrives and then trusting a Russian travel agency with hundreds of pounds for the vague promise of train ...

    Cornwall in the Mist

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 24, 2015

    ... and headed off in the misty rain and fog to see the castle. We headed down the steep path, got our tickets and headed up the steep and slippery stairs to the castle where we saw very little though the fog. However we could imagine how amazing it would be on a good day, and maybe if we have time and better weather we might pay a return visit. We decided to postpone our visit to Port Isaac, thinking we would see little with such poor visibility. So we headed back ...

    On The Road Again

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 23, 2015

    ... then around the farm, with the owner John giving us a bit of a conducted tour before setting us loose on our own. We wandered through the paddocks, and at one stage we understood how the Pied Piper felt as we had an entourage of calves following as wherever we went. It was a glorious afternoon, sunny and mild. Dinner was at the Countryman Inn, a few miles down the road, and it was English pub food at its finest (not to mention most generous in quantity). All in all a lovely ...