Tregawne

Withiel, Cornwall, England, PL30 5NR, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $111.00
 

Travel Blogs from Withiel

Friday 4 July 2014 Plymouth lands end

A travel blog entry by bruce.durie

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In and around Plymouth today drove to Lands End, Penzance , St Michaels mount and St Ives. Very interesting countryside. Weather was not great really only our second or third really rainy day in a couple of months. St Ives is a pretty little village on the water and we were given Cornish Pasties for lunch Still managed an informative Plymouth Harbour boat trip in the ...

Thursday 3 July 2014 Brighton to Plymouth

A travel blog entry by bruce.durie

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Departed Brighton this morning for trip to Salisbury Plains and Stpnehenge. Far more touristy than 35 years ago with a visitors centre, museum bus link to site etc. Very popular venue however and quite well done with individual explanatory radios. Rest of day driving through green countryside in beautiful weather to Plymouth - on afternoon drove to Dartmore national park for dinner on pub on the moores, good nights entertainment and meal ...

Wednesday 2 July 2014 London to Brighton

A travel blog entry by bruce.durie

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... arriving at Brighton. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton is grossly ornate built by George IV it is very Indian styled externally and Chinese internally, it has to be seen to be believed . Overnighted in Brighton on the beachfront , nice hotel and dining room. Pebbly beach otherwise reminiscent of St Kinda ...

The Eden Project

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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... has community at its heart and regularly seasonal musical events on its expansive stage. The Big Lunch, an initiative to encourage neighborhoods to gather together socially over a meal, is also an annual event.

On our way out of the Eden Project we visited the Core. This is home to exhibitions, school programs and the 75 ton Seed sculpture. We also watched the 20 minute film about the creation and building of the Eden ...

Okehampton Castle, Dartmoor

A travel blog entry by earstine

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One of Art's must-do's was to see a castle. And though not nearly spectacular or tourist-y as many castles here in the UK, Okehampton was a fine example of the ruins. We listened to a narrative as we walked around. Although I'd like to say I was most interested in the history, I have to admit that what I was most attracted to was how they went to ...

 

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