Yeoldon House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the process of remodeling the old stone house. It is beautiful. There are still meat hooks in the kitchen. She has kept the old pump (doesn't work). Slate entryways were worn just like the wood entryway at the Ellingson homestead. She has 2 daughters 15 years younger than mine. The Dunstaple Rum & Raisin ice cream was superb. Before meeting Jo I visited the museum. OMG, looking at my papers ...
... use to haul their stuff up and down the steep cobbled paths.
At the bottom you reach a little harbour and we took a stroll along the rocky beach. Next stop was Braunton for a drink and a look in some surf shops before onto Woolacombe. We browsed a few shops and had a wander before beginning our journey back to ...
... at a food shack and enjoyed some tasty snacks, before continuing on. The coast path now got much steeper and we did lots of up and downs along the cliffs, each time getting stunning views of the rocks and bays below.
We reached Hartland Quay where we had another break, this time for icecream. Then hiked on again to Spekes Waterfall. We decided it was probably a good idea to start heading back ...
We left work and got on the road heading to Hartland. Arriving at Loveland Farm fairly late, we had a very dark exploration to find our booked pod somewhere on the farm. It was very smelly. There were snuffling noises from nearby pigs. But eventually we found our nest pad - a pod dome structure with surrounding decking and a kitchen and bathroom hut. Amazing!
Inside the pod is a teepee with a ...
... to the growing numbers of tourists, beginning in the late 1800s. Good for her, but the end result is that one must pay £6.70 per person to access the village. This gives you access to a film, some re-created cottages (such as a fisherman's hut) and the chance to spend more money at B&Bs and tea houses. We were not impressed. Clovelly is still occupied but a car free village so all supplies are brought into the village by sledge. ...