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A walk with a difference.

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 18th February 2019 in Blogging | holiday cottages in the south west,holiday house south west,beach holiday south west,seaside cottage south west,south devon holiday cottages,self catering cottages south west,self catering properties south west

You are able to get the 22 bus from Shaldon, which is a pleasant trip along the coast to the stop at the Livermead Hotel alight, On foot Cockington Court is just a one mile walk from Torquay sea front. There is a walking route signposted from the seafront starting at Cockington Lane, just before the Livermead Hotel. The route takes you through the water meadows on a boardwalk. Wheelchair and pushchair friendly.  You can of course travel by car as there is parking.                ...
 

Cockington Village

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 18th February 2019 in Blogging | cottages to rent in south west,holiday cottages devon,south devon holiday cottages,seaside holidays,seaside cottage south west,beach holidays south west,holiday properties south west

There are lovely walks, craft studios, a tea room with outside sitting space. Cockington village dates from Saxon times, its narrow streets are Lined with thatched cottages. It has a forge, a beautiful church. ...
 

Murder mystery trail. 

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 18th February 2019 in Blogging | holiday lets in south west,holiday cottages in south west,seaside holiday cottages in south west,properties to let by the beach

But if you want something different, why dont you try A murder mystery trail.  Download at a reasonable cost from treasuretrails.co.uk, follow the clues, solve the mystery, it a fun activity for all ages, with a walk included. For adults and children alike, the treasure map,  is a who done it which takes you on an easy route in the Park, solving the clues. Really good fun. Its a circular walk, only about one and half miles. ...
 

The Best Dog Walks in Devon

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 03rd September 2019 in Blogging | Dog walks in Devon

When visiting the gorgeous county of Devon, it is hard as a true pet lover to leave your best pals behind. So if your bringing your fabulous fury friend along this summer, be sure to check out the best dog walks in Devon.   Here are The Best Dog Walks in Devon!   Parke - National Trust Located near to the old market town of Bovey Tracey (a miles walk). There’s a real treat for all visitors of Parke. Both yourself and man’s best friend are guaranteed to absolutely love the rural grounds. You can take a short stroll around the garden for the little or older dogs, or a longer more adventurous walk through the woods and along the meandering river.   W...
 

A day out in Cockington Village

Posted by Anthony Salmon on 18th February 2019 in Blogging | holidfay cottages in south west,properties to let in south west,holiday lets by the beach,seaside holiday lets

The Drum inn and various cafes.  ...
 

Traditional British seaside holiday back in fashion

Posted by Lewis Ducard on 28th April 2016 in Places & Travel |

Traditional British seaside holiday back in fashion The UK coastal areas are set to see an influx of holidaymakers heading to the regions this summer, as more Brits are planning to spend their summer holiday at a seaside location. According to the results of the research, 58% of the 3000 people surveyed stated they will be heading to the coast. The same research also found that us Brits will spend more than ever on our holidays, spending £729.80 on the breaks, which boosts the UK economy by almost £20bn. in 2013, the same survey found just 31% of people visited a coastal location, which shows the rise in popularity of the seaside holiday. Stayca...
 
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