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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Dartbridge Inn Buckfastleigh
Travel Blogs from Buckfastleigh
... to check cricket and footy scores! Then back to uthe cottage to have our Cornish pasties ordered from the farm shop across the road, strawberries (about the best you have ever tasted) and Cornish lemonade (Lill's bingo prize from last night). Enjoyed these in the sunshine in the cottage garden. Then it was into Liskeard - Greg and Mel to watch the cricket at the local pub and Lill and I hit the shops including the op shops! Then back to the pub ...
Ok. Me and my mucker have just found out we can go for a whole month to Spain in October - plan to see all the cities and major towns whilst throwing in some 'costas beachy days' (weather permitting). Not sure which one of us is Thelma/Louise but think I should be Thelma cos I'm the oldest!!!! (by a day!!!). Anyway we now have to sit down and look at travel - don't want to fly so train, bus or ferry. Did you know you can get the ...
Awake a little later 6.15am to breakfast & left for our day trip to Plymouth, Looe & Dartmoor plains. Through some lovely countryside with narrower roads than previous roads & onto our first stop of Plymouth harbour for our one hour harbour cruise. After a lovely cruise it was off to our lunch stop of Looe in delightful Cornwell. Our beautiful drive there through ...
Awake at 5.45 am with bags out, breakfast & departed at 7.45am for Torquay via Bath. And a beautiful sunny morning as we leave the Welsh capital Cardiff. Passing some lovely countryside & into the country of England we arrive at Bath 9.30 am. A beautiful Roman city with Georgian architecture & Roman preserved ruins in the Roman baths. A self guided tour was taken ...
... then went to see where the mayflower stopped on its journey and the mayflower steps. Then we moved onto towards Buckland Abbey, the home of Sir Francis Drake that he bought with money he earned from his voyages. On our way we went through some very small villages and rounds that I believe are only for horses and way to narrow for cars. It felt like we were driving for ...