Stover Lodge Hotel

Address: 29 Newton Road, Torquay, English Riviera, Devon, England, TQ2 5DB, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 29 Newton Road, Torquay, is near Cockington Gardens, Cockington Court, and Torquay Railway Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Torquay

    Back in Blighty!

    A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 30, 2014

    6 comments



    With the wonders of modern travel, Virgin Airlines get us to Gatwick half an hour early at 5.20 am on 30th December, after the usual arrival formalities I manage to load all our suitcases and rucksacks onto a trolley and head through the arrivals scrummage and into the increasing cold in Gatwick Railway station to try and sort a change of ticket from our original February return to immediate ones. The cold is no good for ...

    Cream teas and Christmas in Devon

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Dec 19, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Dart, caught a ferry across the river and arrived in Dartmouth. This is another lovely town and I want to come back here in the summer and explore at my leisure. I walked along the coastal footpath to the castle where I found a cafe which was serving cream teas and mulled wine. I realised it was my duty to test the standard of both and was delighted to find that they had a covered sun terrace overlooking the river where dogs were allowed. What ...

    The beginning!

    A travel blog entry by wanderlizzy on Dec 14, 2014

    1 comment

    ... with coffee and biscuits.

    The journey to Reading is totally uneventful, not like our journey home on the same tracks earlier this year when due to the wettest winter in many a long year, we were surrounded by water, more like lakes all across the Somerset levels for mile after mile. Five miles across and more like 30 miles wide, the land was under water like never before. So with the railway almost mended at Dawlish and the ...

    Jamaica Inn, Princetown and Ivybridge

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Dec 01, 2014

    4 photos

    Drove across Bodmin Moor to the pub called "Jamaica Inn," scene of the novel by Daphne Du Maurier. The pub was built as a coaching house in 1750. We looked at the museum , partly about the authoress and partly about Cornish smuggling through the years, the subject of the book. I had read almost all Daphne's books years ago, when I lived in Plymouth, but still ...

    We're off again

    A travel blog entry by kingy2 on Nov 18, 2014

    7 comments, 1 photo

    Tuesday finally arrives and we're on the 1803 out of Exeter St David's after a quick beer in the Great Western. As we pull out we dig into our supplies, I head to the buffet car to pilfer some ice and we settle back to enjoy a couple of G&T's. Slightly embarrassing as the bottle of tonic all but explodes over the laptop of the guy sitting opposite, but it's only a toshiba, so I'm not overly concerned. I'm not sure where it started, maybe as a ...