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Bath to Dorset, Devon and Cornwall

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We wish to take the train from London to Bath, pick up a rental car and travel to Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. We will not be staying Bath as we have been there previously and have also visited Stonehenge on another trip.
We would like recommendations for an 8 night trip through the above areas, perhaps staying two nights at each locality. We prefer small towns/villages to larger places.
We are interested in ruins, museums, local beaches and good local food.
We realise from other information that Cornwall is difficult to drive - the roads are apparently very narrow - we are not concerned about narrow roads, but wondering if in addition to narrow, they have lots of curves where we may not be able to see around the corners.
We are from Australia and used to driving on the left hand side of the road - my husband (in his mid 60's ) has driven in Europe and the U.S. so not concerned about the driving itself.
Hopefully this forum will give us some assistance with a driving plan.

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