Travelodge Exeter M5

Address: Moto Service Area, M5 Motorway, Exeter, Devon, England, EX2 7HF, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Moto Service Area, M5 Motorway, Exeter, is near Crealy Adventure Park, Exeter Cathedral, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, and Underground Passages.
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    Travel Blogs from Exeter

    Cornwall to Lyme Regis, Dorset

    A travel blog entry by epring on Jun 06, 2015

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    We were sad to leave our wild spot of Cornwall, but we had s perfect day of travel across Dartmoor. Parts of it were wild and isolated. All the Dartmoor ponies had new foals and all the new born lambs were prancing about. The Dartmoor prison looked suitably grey, Victorian and forbidding. We called in to Castle Drogo, a national trust property which had a beautiful garden. Our Lyme ...

    Eype - Highlands End Holiday Park

    A travel blog entry by susiwen on May 30, 2015

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    ... gym. We then sat in the cowshed cafe, then a quick game of pool (my first) in the fire engine themed restaurant. Home then for a camper meal of pulled pork and burgers which filled us up. It seemed that the wind was dying down and we set off to eype beach about a 15 min walk away. Nigel fished for a couple of hours catching a dogfish and a pout and missing a ray bite. We headed home and it was very windy and wet. We watched a programme on iPad and then ...

    The English Riviera

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 27, 2015

    ... to the 1960's. Being far too cold for us to consider spending time on the beach, we once again did some quality training, clocking up another ten or so kilometres walking the hilly streets of Torquay. Our hosts at Fleurie house, the delightful Carol and Malcolm, suggested a local pub for dinner. We couldn't go passed Curry Night, with your choice of curry and a pint for seven pound a head. It was great value and I even managed to finish a pint of Strongbow ...

    Doc Martin Tragic

    A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 26, 2015

    ... spent a long time wandering all over the headland enjoying the views and the gorgeous conditions. Heading back down the hill we stopped for Cream Tea (aka Devonshire tea) at a cafe near the Doc's house. It was the best morning tea of the trip so far. Feeling refreshed we headed back outside and by this time the streets were teaming with people. Still we explored the village a bit more, most notably the Portwenn ...

    Day 3 - Devon

    A travel blog entry by peterleesa on May 24, 2015

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    ... larger seaside town of Torquay and a stroll along the promenade and marina, followed by lunch in a local restaurant serving traditional English Fish and Chips with mushy minted peas. Delicious - but Ashlee gave the peas a miss. No sign of Basil Fawlty or Manuel. Another short drive to the seaside area of Babbacombe. For a quick ride to the beach and back via a funicular railway , ...