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    • Lakshmi7
    • By Lakshmi7 4th Jan 18, 1:02 AM
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    E: 28/02 Win A Sumptuous Salcombe Escape
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    E: 28/02 Win A Sumptuous Salcombe Escape 4th Jan 18 at 1:02 AM
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    Answer: Salcombe (Please thank thingamaBob below. )

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    • thingamaBob
    • By thingamaBob 4th Jan 18, 1:18 AM
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    I would guess the answer is Salcombe.
    In a valley just outside Salcombe, Soar Mill Cove is in the most incredible location…
    Salcombe is a popular resort town in the South Hams district of Devon, south west England.
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    • Comping Awe
    • By Comping Awe 5th Jan 18, 12:59 AM
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    If the January doldrums are kicking in and you’re dreaming of being whisked away to a coastal spa, give our Soar Mill Cove comp a whirl



    With its idyllic hillside setting, Soar Mill Cove Hotel near Salcombe is perfect for a spot of extreme pampering.
    Languish in the Swedish sauna at the Discovery Spa, luxuriate in the saltwater spring-fed pool, then linger over a champagne cream tea of fruit scones, finger sandwiches and fizz.
    After recuperating in the waters, you’ll be ready to enjoy a three course supper in the two AA rosette restaurant where head chef Ian MacDonald serves dishes sourced from the local fields, farms and sea.
    Then tuck up in crisp cotton sheets and take a long, lazy lie-in the next morning, followed by a fortifying brekkie to set you up for a day of coastal adventures.
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