New Inn

Address: High St, Clovelly, Devon, England, EX39 5TQ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on High St, Clovelly, is near Royal Air Force Museum, Wembley Stadium Tours, Bloomsbury, and East End.
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      Travel Blogs from Clovelly

      Architecture along the Thames

      A travel blog entry by clerkenwell on Aug 30, 2014

      8 photos

      ... to work well, although it's not exactly the first time this view has been captured. Photos like this depend crucially on the way the light hits the glass if any details are to be brought out. The view of the City on the north side from No.1 London Wall is given a slightly new twist by including the reflections in the marble cladding on the south side development.

      The panorama ...

      Day Fifty Seven (24.1 miles.... Cum 1081.69)

      A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 10, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      Well we woke to Hurricane Bertha (or what the UK weather people described as the "remains" of Hurricane Bertha...seemed pretty alive to us!) but fortunately at 3am and 5am. At that hour Bertha was hammering on the roof and making a hell of a racket. By the time we walked out of the door of Poplars at 7.45am, it was just raining, and then only in fits and starts. Before setting off, we said a big thank you to Maggie. Another B&B ...

      London's Calling...

      A travel blog entry by brightonhill on Jul 23, 2014

      6 photos

      ... that actually woke us up!) we headed over to Big Ben and the Westminster Bridge. We decided that enough of us wanted to take a ride on the London Eye, so we were able to secure a private capsule and get priority boarding! The view of the city was so cool!

      We wanted to do so much more but we just didn't have the energy! As I'm posting this entry I realize how long I've been awake. Yikes. Time to call it a night....6 hours of sleep and back to the majestic streets of London. ...

      Great Day

      A travel blog entry by matt_terry_173 on Jul 11, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... you have to have a job. A few of the cottages are holiday places. We were really lucky with the rain, it started as we were on our way back home.The road is so steep you can't take a car down it so the residents used sledges to load things on and drag down to their cottages, donkeys were also used to carry goods & people.

      London Calling

      A travel blog entry by websterfamily14 on May 16, 2014

      4 comments, 37 photos

      ... for the weekend. On Saturday, we toured around Kensington Gardens before heading over to the West End (another exciting moment for me- not that it's all about me?!) to see the Roald Dahl book turned premiere musical, Matilda the Musical- with music and lyrics written by the super talented Oz musician/comedian Tim Minchin. Aside from a couple of frightening Miss Trunchbull moments, the general Webster consensus was that it was an ...