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515 Babbacombe Road TQ1 1HJ Torquay United Kingdom
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Description The Somerville
Five Star Gold award Somerville in Torquay is Guest House/B&B of the Year for the Whole of the South West 2011. It offers luxurious boutique hotel style guest accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis in the jewel in the crown of the English Riviera. The town's sophisticated style stems from its rich history as a Victorian seaside getaway and the resort is famed for its white Victorian villas and palm lined promenade. The waterfront is the focus of life in the town which is only a five minute walk away with its vibrant harbour and international marina. The Somerville is ideally situated in a quiet location within minutes of the town centre with its own private car park.
The Cerne Abbas Giant is a 180 feet (55m) tall chalk figure that is carved into the hillside overlooking the Dorset village of Cerne Abbas. It is best viewed from a viewpoint on the A353 road, which is the main Dorchester to Sherbourne road.
The true origin of this figure is not known. One theory believes that it is over 1,500 years old and represents the Roman God, Hercules, whilst other theories believe it is more recent and represents a long list of different historical figures. The first recorded reference to this carving dates from 1694.
The Cerne Abbas Giant is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and it is in the care of the National Trust
The Eden Project
The Eden Project was one of the Millenium projects in the UK, and is still growing. A vast collection of plants and landscapes exist in biomes (massive greenhouses). Using a combination of art, workshops, exhibits and so on, to bring important messages to all who visit.
Summer (March 21- October 30)
9.30am - 6pm, last entry at 4.30pm
Winter (October 31 - March 20)
10am - 4.30pm, last entry at 3pm