Babbacombe Bay Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Babbacombe Bay Hotel Torquay
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... scenery all the same and quite different to Dartmoor NP as it is not rocky. At Lynton we parked the car and walked. (Pay and Display is everywhere here. Car owners must pay a fortune in parking and you need a constant supply of £1 coins.) Walked along the edge of the cliff that overlooks Lynmouth at the foot of the hill and passed the little railway that goes down the hill. Houses and hotels are perched on the edge of the very steep hillside but we thought they ...
After leaving St Austall we headed for Fowey which is such a gorgeous village at the mouth of the river. To our surprise when we walked down into the village there was the large shi Silver seas docked. It was the last thing you would expect to see in such a tiny place. Lovely shops and bought myself a casual top. Would loved to have stayed there for a couple of days. Passed through Portruan. Drove down into Polperro but once again it is a steep drive down to the village and cars ...
... let us move in with them. This is I think the fourth time in 7 years we have bumbled into their home, taken over the place and then left again! This time with the kids in tow has been stressful to say the least. Anyway, we are nearly on our way so this is it and I'm nervous, excited and feeling a bit sick. Luckily we have a great friend picking us in the morning in Iain to ensure we get to the airport on time. I have ...
... is mostly farmed with plenty of villages inside it. Quite different to NP in NZ or Australia. Drove along some lovely narrow, but picturesque roads with high hedges on either side, and through some small villages. Climbed steadily to the high land that Dartmoor is known for. First stop was Princetown where the Dartmoor Prison is. Went to the museum that explained the history of the prison, built between 1806 and 1809, originally to house prisoners of war from France and America. ...
... Just cannot wait to get to Spain and get a permanent home sorted. We have a temporary base for a week or two but ideally want to get a tenancy signed within the next week or two! Some people have screwed their faces up when we've said were going with nowhere to live but apparently this is the way to do it! We will ...