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The South West Coast Path is the UKs longest National Trail. It runs from Minehead in Somerset along the north coast to Penzance in Cornwall, and all the way up the South Coast to Poole Harbour, Dorset. The path also stretches along the entire length of the English Riviera, South Devons beautiful bay where you’ll find 22 miles of coastal path through some stunning scenery. A popular route is from Torquay Harbour to Daddyhole Plain. The walk passes a number of landmarks including Beacon Cove where Agatha Christie used to swim and the naturally-sculpted cliff arch known as London Bridge.
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Some great ideas for amazing places to do for those troublesome teens and young family members when they get bored! Check the map for suitable areas!.
- Master the art of smoothie making to be a hit at home and at school.
- Get your personal training license.
- Build a fire and make s’mores.
- Have a night at the opera
- Start planning how to fund graduate school.
Want a cottage with a hot tub in South Cerney?
Holiday properties in South Cerney with hot tubs are popular with families and couples looking for something extra. UK weather can be unpredictable so a warm hot tub is a great idea. Many cottages are very scenic so you can enjoy the spectacular views. Cottages with Hot Tubs mean you can take your holiday at the start or end of the season so getting a bargain. South West has much to do and see but the hot tub will be there when the weather is not!