The Woolacombe Bay Hotel

Address: South Street, Woolacombe, Devon, England, EX34 7BN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on South Street, Woolacombe, is near Woolacombe Beach, Ilfracombe Museum, Tarka Trail, and Saunton Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Woolacombe

    A Sick Day

    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 12, 2015

    ... it was pouring rain. How appropriate! I also had heartburn from the Cepacol lozenges. Believe me, I felt and looked a horrible mess. Back to bed.

    In the morning Michael said I was confined to bed and he was going to make a pot of soup for me, if I could tell him how. hahaha No way was I going to stay in bed with no source of entertainment. I am now on one of the couches, moaning and generally feeling sorry for myself and wondering how I can blame all of ...

    Blustery Day - Shopping in Braunton

    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 11, 2015

    ... out. One had a bucket and water. I went over and introduced myself. It was Vickie! Yes, you guessed it, I totally lost track of the days of the week. Vickie said she was confused by my "tomorrow, Friday is fine to clean" message so she just knocked on the door and came in to clean. What a dummy I am. She was forgiving of my blunder. It was a nice surprise and I was so glad that I keep the place pretty neat, having stacked the dishwasher and made ...

    Marwood Hill Gardens

    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 10, 2015

    ... Carvery i.e. roast beef dinner with Yorkshire puddins'. The local restaurants don't do one at this time of the year, but a lady in the pub suggested The King's Arms in Georgeham, which is just one village over. I have sent them an email and await their response. Another thing I want is a "Curry Takeaway" that I've heard of on Coronation St. I know Michael will pass on that one. I am slowly eating my way through every British dessert I can think of.


    Port Isaac aka Port Wenn

    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 09, 2015

    ... other drivers pulling behind the parked cars and taking turns progressing down a street. It's ridiculous and if it were home, their cars would be ticketed and towed. That is exactly what should happen here. I have photos of that, too.

    We had spaghetti for dinner tonight and sorry but I have another complaint. The pasta here is disgusting. Whole wheat pasta cannot be found, only white ...


    A travel blog entry by ddmac54 on Sep 08, 2015

    ... to serve as a lighthouse in 1650, making it the oldest lighthouse in Britain. The most controversial thing in the town is the statue that dominates the harbour. I took photos of it and I will leave the judging to each of you. I read that it is also called The Marmite Statue because you either love it or just hate it.

    We were going to explore a little more, but both of us were longing for a hot cup of tea and wanting to put our feet up. I felt that a bowl of ...