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QuerQuay Bolthole ideal for Kayaking

QuerQuay Bolthole ideal for Kayaking

From QuerQuay Bolthole you can Launch Kayaks from the Beach A surprise recently when our QuerQuay Bolthole guests arrived with kayaks. With easy access to it’s own little beach, QuerQuay is the perfect place for people with kayaks who want to arrive, park the car and launch into a week of kayaking. QuerQuay guests say ‘We searched high and low on the Internet…

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QuerQuay for rest and recreation

QuerQuay for rest and recreation

 Blackpool Rocks facing raging sea’s – totally refreshing and revitalising Everyone needs respite from the norms of every day living – a chance to refresh, revitalise, regenerate – a moment out of time. This is totally achievable at QuerQuay Bolthole. Whatever the weather or season there is always something to transport you especially when you have waterside living. The proximity…

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Dartmouth, Devon UK  for riverside living

Dartmouth, Devon UK for riverside living

Dartmouth is a very special place to be and all those who have chosen to live here just love it. A holiday here gives visitors an opportunity to enjoy the things we all love. The River Dart dominates the town, with settlements flanking each bank of the river – Kingswear (the sunny side) and Dartmouth where independent shops, fantastic eateries,…

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History at QuerQuay

History at QuerQuay

History abounds at QuerQuay Bolthole and the house and the land. The location is special now but during WW2 had huge significance. QuerQuay (once known as Inglenook) was the site of a railway hut which was the home to a family who worked for the railway steam company. During WW2 Eisenhower and Churchill met on Britannia Quay to observe Operation…

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Steam Trains

Steam Trains

This is the 1951-built steam loco Britannia, puffing past QuerQuay. It’s famous for pulling the royal funeral train following the death of King George VI (Queen’s dad). If you like steam trains you’ll LOVE QuerQuay Bolthole. The Kingswear to Paignton Steam Railway runs right past the house. Just go out on the boardwalk and you’ll think you’re on a station…

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