I have a number of Internet sites, all designed to give information, but ultimately wishing to get the reader to stay at our hotel. Not everyone appreciates this, so I get a whole series of e-mail that I file under "nutters", and from which I give you a selection now. Bear in mind we are a small hotel in Cornwall, and that the purpose of what I do on the Internet is to get people to come to our hotel. These e-mails are unedited. This page gets longer every day
My wife and I are visiting UK from late-October to mid-November in
connection with a book on Indian palaces for which I was the historian
and travel consultant. During the course of my visit, I would like to
explore the possibility of articles on Manors and country houses in
UK for the Indian traveller visiting London. My articles are published
in over 35 magazines in Asia. Please advise us if you can help
with complimentary lodge and board, and transport from London
to make the article possible.
I am a 9th grade student in the United States. I am doing a report
on Great Britain and it is due in two days. I can't find information
on the following things:
I saw a documentary on TV about a couple in a town or village in Great Britain named Heslydon. The husband had collected interesting bricks during his lifetime. The wife was showing the TV reporter all the thousands of bricks her husband had collected. I also collect interesting bricks, those with writing or patterns on them. I have been searching the Internet for "Heslydon" with no success. I'm pretty sure I spelled it right. Can you help me with my search?
I have a flat at the Helford Passage right by the river which has two bedrooms, all mod. cons. (except dishwasher). The flat is small but in beautiful condition throughout. It has one double bedroom, one bunk bedroom and a settee in the lounge which pulls out into a true double bed.I am considering letting it for the week of the eclipse. Do you know how best to advertise it across the web?
Could your site include details on how ordinary people can get involved in digs, feildwalking etc. I found your site by typing the word "stoneage", when I used the word "archeoligy" I did not find your site, so maybe you need to find another way to attract people to you.
I have searched in vain for the tele no of the Cornish Tourist Board could you kindly help?
we are spending this weekend in Falmouth can you fax me a street
map of the town?
I was looking to visit Cornwall with my children... my tentative plan
was to put the tent the children and some petrol in the car
and just drive down. I can guess that you don't want to be
a tourist site but I was hoping to find places of interest ... head
for the general direction and put the tent up.
in the hope of your help I would like to ask you for the post- and
email-addresses of the Ministry of Commerce, the Foreign Ministry
and the Foreign Trade Ministry.
I have had to put off the trip because British Airways has put off
the inauguration of its non-stop service from Denver to London. This
delay was caused by a neanderthal US senator, named Jesse Helms,
who tied up the arrangement in an effort to get more favorable treatment
in England for US Air, from
I am in the process of buying a house in Fowey - not
too far from you and am looking for a local Golf
This Friday we'll go to Kingsbrighe for a two week holiday in one of the classic cottages. There is one last question: Is there a SCUBA diving school or organisation somewhere at the coast of Devon?
Following a family bereavement we are looking for someone called Brian S--- who is married to Linda. He is a chef and moved to Cornwall about 1983/4. When they moved from Derbyshire they had two small children. We have some mementoes of his mother Brian may be interested in. Do you know him and could you get him to contact us?
I was wondering if I could be of any help to you translating
the text into Dutch! I am sure that the Dutch would be very
interesting in visiting Cornwall and it would make your list of continental
languages even more worth while!
What is another name for the sword Excalibur that King Arthur pulled out of the stone? Please e-mail me as soon as you can. Thank you!
I'm going to get this email message right yet! Sorry for sending it so many times. Hopefully this one is complete and accurate. Where do I get clotted cream in America? We don't have it in our dairy cases and I'm not even sure how to describe what it is. I'm guessing that it would be to perishable to ship here so perhaps you could tell me how it's made. Thank you.
The Hole in the Wall, Bodmin - This pub should be included in the pubs section. It is an oasis in the town situated in its own garden courtyard. Once a debtors prison it has a fantastic collection of military memorabilia together with good real ale and food
Hello. I don't know if you can help me but I am a young would be marine
what about potteries? website fascinating, but seems to miss out on the leaches, etc
just browsing saw your light on ,just wondering if the seven stars pub in penryn is on the net.
good site but I would run a spell check on it, especially on the web tuition page
mordred is was arthurs....son
I found your home page when testing Cocks & Falmouth with AltaVista,
looking for biographical data
It is totally impossible to purchase clotted cream in the US!
You indicated in your
I came across your web site whilst searching for "Austria"
- very nice site! Since you have
Might you have a list of tackle shops that service fly fishers in Cornwall? - Thank you,
Dear ladies and gentlemen, I got some Informations on your www-side.
Totally I will stay 4 weeks in
And if you want to stay in a nice hotel by the sea in Cornwall, Corisande Manor Hotel, Cornwall
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