Shave Cross Inn

Address: Marshwood, DT6, Bridport, Dorset, England, dt6 6hw , United Kingdom | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Marshwood, DT6, Bridport, is near Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre, Golden Cap Estate, Electric Palace, and Mapperton Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Bridport

Cardiff to Dorset

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 07, 2015

5 photos

... On the way a family walking on the other side of the road called out "Heloo Mrs Tonkin-Case", It turned out to be one of her school students and family, What are the chances, Jo-Ann knew that they were in the UK and had even called them earlier in the trip but didn't know that they were in Cardiff at the same time. Even more coincidental, we were all booked in to the same session at the Dr Who Experience.
Once we arrived we had to wait half ...

In limbo

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Dec 27, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... the motorhome making a presumption that I should be leaving the UK in about a week. I haven't been able to organise this earlier because they need to know departure dates and that was something I didnt know. I am having a few problems with this at the moment, but no doubt it will all work itself out.

Given the poor internet connections I am failing to upload photos. So I will publish this without them and then return and insert them at a later date.
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13th july

A travel blog entry by jacqui369 on Jul 15, 2013

Visited Tyneham village within British Army's firing range -- no, they didn't fire on us. It's the remains of a farming village community where the whole population was forced to abandon their homes under orders from Churchill in WW2. School house plus church have been restored with lots ...

The blustery day

A travel blog entry by iaineast on Jun 22, 2013

... a quick coffee at the cafe at the end of the esplanade, it was back to uphill, first along some roads but then back to tracks along the cliffs. At first the ups and downs weren't too bad and we stopped at the Smugglers Inn at Osmington Mills for morning tea and a rest. A very picturesque and historical little pub. We continued on and stopped at a little shop at a caravan ...

A very long way

A travel blog entry by iaineast on Jun 21, 2013

... no way to move away from the plants because the space between the hedgerows and the canola was just sufficient for one person. Walking in front, Robyn in particular, was wet from the waist down. Later in the morning, the track dropped down to walk around the edge of the Fleet. Lunch was eaten sitting on top of a World War Two pillbox right on the water's edge with our socks drying on our walking poles. Unfortunately, they didn't dry completely and it was on ...