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  • Tag » Climbing Archives |
    of activities including walking cycling riding and climbing With over 730 km of public rights of way and 47 000 hectares of open access land Dartmoor National Park has an extensive network of paths and trails to help you explore the Dartmoor countryside Home of the Ten Tors Challenge Dartmoor is world famous offering stunning flora and fauna and would take a lifetime to explore in detail Why not start at nearby Sourton or Lydford where there is easy access and parking The Dartmoor National Park Authority has a highly detailed website dedicated to the history care and facilities of Dartmoor Read More Search What our customers think Well what a fantastic place lovely lovely people and I d like to stay there whenever we are able too Lesley B May 2012 tripadvisor co uk Useful Reference Useful Reference Select Category Aerial Video 1 Archive 1 Attractions Theatre 3 Beaches 1 Blog 9 Cities Towns Villages 8 Customer Photos 1 Dartmoor 7 Events 4 Farm Shops Markets 2 Galleries Potteries 2 Historic Houses Gardens 1 Jane s Corner 3 Links 1 Pitcures From The Estate 6 Produce from Lobhill Alder Estates 2 Pubs Restaurants 2 Special Offers 1 The Area 5 Walking Cycling 6 Tag Cloud Attractions Barnstaple Bideford Bodmin Moor Climbing Cornwall Cycle Hire Cycling Dartmoor Dartmoor National Park Dartmoor Railway Devon Dingles Eden Project Exeter Geocaching Granite Way Horse Riding Hotels Launceston Launceston Castle Letterboxing Lewdown Lifton lobhill farmhouse local produce Lydford Lydford Castle Lydford Gordge Lydford Gorge Meldon Quarry National Cycle Network Okehampton Okehampton Castle Plymouth Pubs Restaurants St Petrock s church Tarka Trail Tavistock The Eden Project Two Castles Trail Walking Cycling walking holiday Wild Camping Contact for B B Devon and Self Catering Devon Jane Colwill Telephone 01566 783542 Mobile 0781 724 4687 Email Me

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  • Tag » Cornwall Archives |
    the artificial biomes are plants that are collected from all around the world The project is located in a reclaimed Kaolinite pit located 1 25 miles 2 kilometres from the town of St Blazey and 3 miles 5 kilometres from the larger town of St Austell Cornwall Read More Launceston Cornwall On February 03 2012 By Jane C In Cities Towns Villages 0 Launceston once the capital of Cornwall and now considered the gateway to the County has an excellent range of places to eat whether it is fish n chips for the family or a fusion Indian meal Launceston can cater for all tastes Restaurants in the locality are an excellent place to eat there are tea shops and cafes for those requiring a lighter lunch or an afternoon tea Why not enjoy a traditional Cornish cream tea during your visit did you know that in Cornwall the jam is placed on the scone first followed by cream whereas if you re in Devon the tradition is for cream first and then the jam Read More Search What our customers think Highly Recommended 5 of 5 stars Reviewed 24 June 2014 We stayed here for just one night for a family wedding in Tavistock I don t think the main photo on this website does the place justice as it makes it look a little bit bleak which it certainly isn t It s in a lovely location with lots of beautiful garden and surrounding areas to explore Jane was a wonderful hostess and provided an excellent breakfast We definitely want to return sometime to spend longer as it is in such a convenient location for trips to both the north and south coasts of Cornwall A great find Oliver June 2014 tripadvisor Useful Reference Useful Reference Select Category

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  • Tag » Cycle Hire Archives |
    this 11 mile journey The Meldon Quarry section runs alongside the Dartmoor Railway that operates from Mid Devon to the edge of Dartmoor It is easy to moderate cycling with many of the sections being flat Meldon Viaduct is spectacular where there are wonderful views of Meldon Dam and Dartmoor Incidentally the route is also wonderful to walk and many do The route forms part of the National Cycle Network Devon Coast to Coast Route 27 Read More Search What our customers think Excellent quality and value for money Personal visit to the area The yellow room was cosy and clean with an ensuite shower room having a terrific shower pressure Access to the Lobhill Farm was well signed and the drive and parking area clean and newly tarmaced The hand basin was very small Karen October 2014 Eviivo Useful Reference Useful Reference Select Category Aerial Video 1 Archive 1 Attractions Theatre 3 Beaches 1 Blog 9 Cities Towns Villages 8 Customer Photos 1 Dartmoor 7 Events 4 Farm Shops Markets 2 Galleries Potteries 2 Historic Houses Gardens 1 Jane s Corner 3 Links 1 Pitcures From The Estate 6 Produce from Lobhill Alder Estates 2 Pubs Restaurants 2 Special Offers 1 The Area 5 Walking Cycling 6 Tag Cloud Attractions Barnstaple Bideford Bodmin Moor Climbing Cornwall Cycle Hire Cycling Dartmoor Dartmoor National Park Dartmoor Railway Devon Dingles Eden Project Exeter Geocaching Granite Way Horse Riding Hotels Launceston Launceston Castle Letterboxing Lewdown Lifton lobhill farmhouse local produce Lydford Lydford Castle Lydford Gordge Lydford Gorge Meldon Quarry National Cycle Network Okehampton Okehampton Castle Plymouth Pubs Restaurants St Petrock s church Tarka Trail Tavistock The Eden Project Two Castles Trail Walking Cycling walking holiday Wild Camping Contact for B B Devon and Self Catering Devon Jane Colwill Telephone 01566 783542 Mobile 0781

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  • Tag » Cycling Archives |
    km of public rights of way and 47 000 hectares of open access land Dartmoor National Park has an extensive network of paths and trails to help you explore the Dartmoor countryside Home of the Ten Tors Challenge Dartmoor is world famous offering stunning flora and fauna and would take a lifetime to explore in detail Why not start at nearby Sourton or Lydford where there is easy access and parking The Dartmoor National Park Authority has a highly detailed website dedicated to the history care and facilities of Dartmoor Read More Cycle Hire and The Granite Way Cycle Route On February 02 2012 By Jane C In Dartmoor Walking Cycling 0 The Granite Way is a relatively new and truly amazing cycle route through rural Devon and Dartmoor National Park Fantastic views of Dartmoor and the surrounding countryside are aplenty on this 11 mile journey The Meldon Quarry section runs alongside the Dartmoor Railway that operates from Mid Devon to the edge of Dartmoor It is easy to moderate cycling with many of the sections being flat Meldon Viaduct is spectacular where there are wonderful views of Meldon Dam and Dartmoor Incidentally the route is also wonderful to walk and many do The route forms part of the National Cycle Network Devon Coast to Coast Route 27 Read More Search What our customers think Friendly Comfort Excellent welcome and breakfasts Beautiful location Good local pubs for evening meals Delightful room A really homely welcome and a quiet comfortable well fed three days Peter April 2013 Eviivo Useful Reference Useful Reference Select Category Aerial Video 1 Archive 1 Attractions Theatre 3 Beaches 1 Blog 9 Cities Towns Villages 8 Customer Photos 1 Dartmoor 7 Events 4 Farm Shops Markets 2 Galleries Potteries 2 Historic Houses Gardens 1 Jane s Corner

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  • Tag » Dartmoor Archives |
    you will find glorious Dartmoor There are many ways to explore Dartmoor National Park choose from a range of activities including walking cycling riding and climbing With over 730 km of public rights of way and 47 000 hectares of open access land Dartmoor National Park has an extensive network of paths and trails to help you explore the Dartmoor countryside Home of the Ten Tors Challenge Dartmoor is world famous offering stunning flora and fauna and would take a lifetime to explore in detail Why not start at nearby Sourton or Lydford where there is easy access and parking The Dartmoor National Park Authority has a highly detailed website dedicated to the history care and facilities of Dartmoor Read More Dartmoor Railway On February 02 2012 By Jane C In Dartmoor 0 The Dartmoor Railway runs from Mid Devon to the edge of Dartmoor providing car free access to the Dartmoor National Park for walkers and cyclists Walking from Meldon station you can gain access to the Dartmoor National Park or simply stroll to Meldon Viaduct to take in the views of Yes Tor and High Willhays and Cyclists will be able to continue their journey on Route 27 of the National Cycle Network Passenger train services will resume again between Okehampton and Meldon at Easter however the buffet is open Friday Saturday and Sunday and the West Country model shop is open as normal You can visit the Dartmoor Railway website here Cycle Hire and The Granite Way Cycle Route On February 02 2012 By Jane C In Dartmoor Walking Cycling 0 The Granite Way is a relatively new and truly amazing cycle route through rural Devon and Dartmoor National Park Fantastic views of Dartmoor and the surrounding countryside are aplenty on this 11 mile journey The Meldon Quarry section runs alongside the Dartmoor Railway that operates from Mid Devon to the edge of Dartmoor It is easy to moderate cycling with many of the sections being flat Meldon Viaduct is spectacular where there are wonderful views of Meldon Dam and Dartmoor Incidentally the route is also wonderful to walk and many do The route forms part of the National Cycle Network Devon Coast to Coast Route 27 Read More Search What our customers think Excellent stay Beautiful location Lovely warm welcome I won a two night stay at this lovely B B on a Facebook Like and Share I am so glad I made the effort to go It is the best B B I have ever been to Lovely warm welcome from Jane Warm homemade cookies on arrival was lush Our friends came with us and we all thought what a lovely location rooms were perfect and spotlessly clean with everything we needed Jane was very helpful with local knowledge places to visit and nothing was too much trouble I very much hope to go back and stay again Swanny April 2015 Tripadvisor Useful Reference Useful Reference Select Category Aerial Video 1 Archive 1 Attractions Theatre

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  • Tag » Dartmoor National Park Archives |
    Read More Local Attractions in Devon and Cornwall On February 03 2012 By Jane C In Attractions Theatre 0 There are many historic and novel local in Devon and Cornwall All attractions are in close proximity to Lobhill Farmhouse From Dodgems to walking and Saxon history to bowling and golf Read More Dartmoor Railway On February 02 2012 By Jane C In Dartmoor 0 The Dartmoor Railway runs from Mid Devon to the edge of Dartmoor providing car free access to the Dartmoor National Park for walkers and cyclists Walking from Meldon station you can gain access to the Dartmoor National Park or simply stroll to Meldon Viaduct to take in the views of Yes Tor and High Willhays and Cyclists will be able to continue their journey on Route 27 of the National Cycle Network Passenger train services will resume again between Okehampton and Meldon at Easter however the buffet is open Friday Saturday and Sunday and the West Country model shop is open as normal You can visit the Dartmoor Railway website here Search What our customers think Excellent quality and value for money Personal visit to the area The yellow room was cosy and clean with an ensuite shower room having a terrific shower pressure Access to the Lobhill Farm was well signed and the drive and parking area clean and newly tarmaced The hand basin was very small Karen October 2014 Eviivo Useful Reference Useful Reference Select Category Aerial Video 1 Archive 1 Attractions Theatre 3 Beaches 1 Blog 9 Cities Towns Villages 8 Customer Photos 1 Dartmoor 7 Events 4 Farm Shops Markets 2 Galleries Potteries 2 Historic Houses Gardens 1 Jane s Corner 3 Links 1 Pitcures From The Estate 6 Produce from Lobhill Alder Estates 2 Pubs Restaurants 2 Special Offers 1 The

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  • Tag » Dartmoor Railway Archives |
    Country model shop is open as normal You can visit the Dartmoor Railway website here Cycle Hire and The Granite Way Cycle Route On February 02 2012 By Jane C In Dartmoor Walking Cycling 0 The Granite Way is a relatively new and truly amazing cycle route through rural Devon and Dartmoor National Park Fantastic views of Dartmoor and the surrounding countryside are aplenty on this 11 mile journey The Meldon Quarry section runs alongside the Dartmoor Railway that operates from Mid Devon to the edge of Dartmoor It is easy to moderate cycling with many of the sections being flat Meldon Viaduct is spectacular where there are wonderful views of Meldon Dam and Dartmoor Incidentally the route is also wonderful to walk and many do The route forms part of the National Cycle Network Devon Coast to Coast Route 27 Read More Search What our customers think Clean warm comfortable lots of room with excellent facilities Breakfast 5 star Jane was so friendly and did everything to make this the best stay in Devon and Cornwall Fantastic building set in beautiful grounds with walks and activities listed Fantastic stay Bill and Mary May 2013 britainsfinest co uk Useful Reference Useful Reference Select Category Aerial Video 1 Archive 1 Attractions Theatre 3 Beaches 1 Blog 9 Cities Towns Villages 8 Customer Photos 1 Dartmoor 7 Events 4 Farm Shops Markets 2 Galleries Potteries 2 Historic Houses Gardens 1 Jane s Corner 3 Links 1 Pitcures From The Estate 6 Produce from Lobhill Alder Estates 2 Pubs Restaurants 2 Special Offers 1 The Area 5 Walking Cycling 6 Tag Cloud Attractions Barnstaple Bideford Bodmin Moor Climbing Cornwall Cycle Hire Cycling Dartmoor Dartmoor National Park Dartmoor Railway Devon Dingles Eden Project Exeter Geocaching Granite Way Horse Riding Hotels Launceston Launceston Castle Letterboxing

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  • Tag » Devon Archives |
    and Exeter 34 miles They offer all the facilities you would expect from major cities including shopping restaurants cinemas theatres and historic attractions Read More Okehampton Devon On February 03 2012 By Jane C In Cities Towns Villages 0 A traditional Devon market town nestling in the northern foothills of Dartmoor Okehampton is a great place for the outdoor enthusiast There are cafés take aways and restaurants in the town centre Waitrose and Summerfield supermarkets are opposite each other with Lidl just behind Waitrose Parking is plentiful but be prepared for a short walk from certain car parks Read More Tavistock Devon On February 02 2012 By Jane C In Cities Towns Villages 0 Tavistock is an old stannary town and was once the world s major tin producing area There is a charming Devon country atmosphere in the town with its pannier market and many old fashioned specialist shops Tavistock has three major supermarkets The Wharf music events and cinema and world famous Crebers Grocery Store well worth a visit Major annual events for locals and visitors alike include the Goose Fair in October the Dickensian evening in December and the Tavistock Music Festival in May Read More Next Search What our customers think My husband and I had a lovely stay Jane was very attentive Within minutes of arriving we had warm and delicious biscuits cookies to our American comrades in our hands along with some fresh milk for the tea selection available in the room We stayed in the Blue Room with our dog as we had come to the area to go for some nice walks Adriana Dane August 2012 tripadvisor co uk Useful Reference Useful Reference Select Category Aerial Video 1 Archive 1 Attractions Theatre 3 Beaches 1 Blog 9 Cities Towns Villages 8 Customer

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