The Tumbling Weir Hotel

Ottery St. Mary, Devon, England, EX11 1AQ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in Ottery St. Mary, is near Donkey Sanctuary.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Tumbling Weir Hotel Ottery St. Mary

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Travel Blogs from Ottery St. Mary

Back in Britain

A travel blog entry by nathancrang on Aug 09, 2014

Hi everyone, I arrived back in the UK yesterday after a very long journey about 26 hours total - fortunately I didn't feel too bad after it, just a little tired! I've had an amazing trip, thanks for reading the blog, it's been nice knowing that people have been keeping up with what I've been doing whilst I've been on my adventures. Even whilst I've been travelling I've planned a few more trips - I've well and truly caught the "travel bug"! I hope to see you all soon and show you the ...

Day Fifty Four (23.37 miles... cum 1036.19)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 07, 2014

5 comments, 18 photos

... of the trip, helped by clear blue skies. We were walking through ancient woodland, both oak and beech, looking out over deep, dramatic valleys. Similar in some ways to walking in the Chilterns except here the valleys are deeper and on the higher tops there is heather covered moorland. With buzzards and ravens wheeling overhead, it was a magical two hours from Monksilver to Roadwater. We did our usual bit of road walking to get distance under our belt to ...

Day Fifty Three (24.5 miles.... cum 1,012.82!!!)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 06, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... for them. And so the boat was repositioned and the whole casting performance began again. But the trout in this reservoir clearly have a sense of humour. No sooner than lines were cast, than they were jumping where the boys had been casting. We left before it became too serious, though I was reminded and told Rob of what I call the Geordie way of trout fishing, involving a grenade but that's a story for another time. The views from the top of the Quantocks were worth the climb as ...

Day Fifty Two (21.8 miles...cum 988.32)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 05, 2014

4 photos

... our challenge and promptly donated to our cause. After this interlude, we progressed onwards but by now the rain was getting heavier. At several points, we would have been drier if you had turned a hose on us. As a result, the rest of the day (11 miles) was a slog, The only respite came when the landlady of the Sexeys Arms in Blackford took pity on us and kindly opened up to give us a cup of tea. The last highlight of the day came ...

Looking back from Devon

A travel blog entry by mike_lickfold on Aug 01, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... evocative stuff is this. The illusion of being on holiday forever in the seductive long long days of a perfect English summer, buttercups and beer, cider and dragonflies. though there don't be butterflies like there were in my youth. there don't be insects as then, in fact, which means of course there don't be songbirds and so on down the food chain. Are we indeed facing the beginning of the earth's sixth great extinction? looking at the political arena one ...