2 Bedroom (Sleeps 5) Holiday Cottage Totland Bay

Cliffway. Totland, peaceful, own garden, sea Views, 5 mins walk to beach/coast. wifi covid cleaning between bookings

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Overview
  • Property Type Holiday Cottage
  • Location Totland Bay
  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 2 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms 1
  • Minimum nights stay7
  • Low season price per week£505
  • High season price per week£1380
  • Average price per week£800
  • Customer rating 4.9 / 5 ( 24 reviews )
  • Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability
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Description

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OVERVIEW: Newly redecorated April 2021, please enquire about available dates, min stay 7 nights in summer with some availability 3/4/5 night stays in summer and out of summer season. Guests are asked to bring their own linen/towels.

‘Cliffway’ is the best property of its type in the Totland area and is in a prime location, close to the beach with lovely sea views, and its own large private garden, ideal for people of all ages to explore and enjoy.

'Cliffway's' peaceful location, attractive garden and sea views from both in and outside the house make the property ideal for a three generation holiday, families, children, the retired and those who are less able. The dramatic sunsets and National Trust rural/seaside walks are also ideal for a romantic stay or those who wish to 'blow the cobwebs away' at all times of the year.

The property has 2 bedrooms (sleeps 5), and an open plan kitchen/living space.

Cliffway is located 7 mins drive from Yarmouth and the ferry and 4/5 mins walk from the beach and The Waterfront Restaurant and Bar.. A splendid restaurant called The Hut is just a short walk away, along the waterfront promenade to neighbouring Colwell Bay (booking required). Local shops & coastal walks are all within walking distance.

Cliffway has a large sunny garden, with trees for shade, which provides a great place to relax for all the family..

Totland Bay is a Marine Conservation Society Recommended Beach (MCS Award) & is classified as Excellent by the EA. It also forms a part of the Needles Marine Protected Area.

The Headon Warren Walk which starts on the Turf Walk was highlighted by the National Trust as one of the UK's 'Walks with a 'WOW Factor'. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), a lowland heath covered by a mix of heather/gorse. There are a range of breeding birds on the cliffs. Views of the Solent, the island and mainland are possible from the top of Headon Warren.

THE PROPERTY
'Cliffway' is a single storey property, refurbished in 2016 to provide an open plan living with ceiling lighting and timber flooring throughout. The living room has two double glazed doors that open 180 degrees and fasten, almost flat, against the outside wall to give easy access to the garden.

The garden is enclosed by a white timber picket fence at the front and a combination of trees/hedge/fence & gates. Parking is at the rear or in a lay-by opposite to the property.

The property has a shower room with a low profile shower, walled fixed shower/screen and seat, wash basin and toilet. Heating and hot water are provided by a combi boiler.

There are two bedrooms, one with a king size and single bed, the other room has two single beds. A fold up child's cot is provided.

The covered walkway can be used to provide a safe place to store bikes, surf boards etc and is a dry, sunny area to hang washing.
The glazed front porch provides space to hang coats and to store wet shoes etc.

‘Cliffways’ unique character lies in its quiet peaceful location, large attractive garden, great beach access and lovely sea views which are ideal for all the family. This is now combined with a modern renovation to give the comforts of home in all seasons.

‘Cliffway’ enables you to relax and sunbath in the garden, to sit and gaze at the sea watching the boats pass by or to enjoy a romantic supper sitting in the garden as you watch one of Totland's renowned spectacular sunsets.

In bad weather it is still possible to gaze out, through the full length double glazed doors, and enjoy watching the wind, the waves, the everchanging sky and turbulent seas and dramatic evening sunsets, whilst keeping a watchful eye for boats passing by, all from the warmth and comfort of the living room.

Great beach access makes it easy for all the family to enjoy a day on the beach swimming, exploring rock pools, making sandcastles, collecting shells or to try your hand at crabbing, etc before strolling back to ‘Cliffway’ buckets and nets in hand for tea in the garden.

It’s lovely to enjoy an early morning or evening relaxing stroll along the seafront and its so very easy to go for a swim.

'Cliffway' really offers the opportunity to 'dump' the car and relax.


THE LOCAL AREA
Totland has a wide sweeping Bay. The beach is sandy and relatively shallow for a good distance and ideal for younger children. The western end of the bay has plenty of rock pools to explore at low tide. The beach can be accessed by car.

Totland has something to offer whatever the season. It is popular with the fisherman who often camp out over night at the far end of the bay and with local water sport enthusiasts who also use nearby Freshwater and Compton Bays.

You can watch the Round the Island Race (3 July 2021) from Totland, and Cliffway and in summer passing boats often moor in the bay for lunch at the Waterfront Restaurant.

For the dinosaur enthusiast the IOW dinosaur fossils were discovered on the coast at nearby Compton Bay and Brighstone Bay.

'Cliffway' provides an ideal base from which to explore West Wight and enjoy some of the UK's most spectacular and dramatic coastline. This can be enjoyed by foot, with a pram, with a wheelchair, by bus and as a cyclist


BY FOOT:

The IOW boasts a 68-mile-long coastal path that circles the island & connects to footpaths that cross the island. The Yarmouth to Freshwater Bay section runs along the Totland Bay waterfront (or can be joined from the Turf Walk) & heads over Headon Warren, to the coloured sands of Alum Bay & the Needles Old Battery (past the old rocket station/museum), before heading along Tennyson Down, past Tennyson's Monument, to Freshwater Bay where the path continues to Chale.

The coastal path connects with Colwell Bay & Yarmouth in the other direction.

A footpath also connects Freshwater to Yarmouth along the River Yar.

The Freshwater to Yarmouth cycle path provides a walk on the disused railway line, alongside the River Yar & has a café/restaurant at either end in the old railway station.

DISABLED /PRAM ACCESS:

Totland can be enjoyed by those who are less able to walk or who may rely on a wheelchair. The bay can be accessed by car with parking along the waterfront (including disabled bays).

The waterfront walkway runs from Totland Bay to Colwell Bay &, I understand, provides an unusual opportunity for someone who uses a wheelchair to experience the sea, close at hand at high tide. Unfortunately, a small section has a steeper gradient, after the landslide, but with assistance it may be possible for this to be negotiated in a wheelchair.

BY BUS:

The 'Island Coaster' provides around the island bus route which you can hop on & off as you wish. The 'Needles Breezer' offers a fun local ride.

CYCLISTS:

The island is popular with cyclists & it stages the Isle of Wight Randonnee. The Lonely Planet apparently described the route as the best place in the world to cycle. The route can be followed all year as key junctions are marked. The Freshwater/Yarmouth cycle path is nearby.

LOCAL RESTAURANTS include:

The Waterfront Restaurant/Bar is located on the Totland seafront which serves a range of good dishes including Greek Kleftiko & fish.

Totland Pier has reopened with a new Bay Cafe at the land end of Pier and with outside seating at the land end of the Pier. I understand that there are plans to open the Pier to the public and for a new restaurant at the far end of the Pier.

'The Hut' is located on the seafront, at Colwell Bay & has a growing reputation for great seafood among other dishes. The restaurant has been used by James Martin as a part of his television programmes. Its apparently opening on 12 April 2021 for meals served outside (book in advance). Both are within easy walking distance of Cliffway or can be driven to if need be.

Historic Yarmouth has a lovely selection of restaurants & old hostelries plus 'On the Rocks' a steak/fish restaurant, The George Hotel, & a new restaurant overlooking the ferry/marina.

Nearby pubs include the well-known 'Highdown Inn' just below Tennysons Down & 'The Red Lion' at Freshwater.

Cliffway & Totland Bay offer an ideal base for a restful holiday or weekend break away from it all, whatever the season, no matter the weather. It is an ideal place to enjoy the seaside air & an opportunity to blow away the cobwebs!to be displayed:

Mrs C. July 2016. 'We had an absolutely wonderful stay. I did write in the visitor book. The bungalow is a gem and you have obviously put a lot of thought into making it work so well for your guests. My daughter kept asking me if I could buy it off you!
The 'Waterfront' restaurant was a real hit with the young ones. It was 27 years since I took my daughter on the chairlift at Alum bay...she took her little boy on it... Maybe a new family tradition has started.

Amy C with family & friend enjoy exciting weather. 19th Aug 2016
'The house is very nice and well-maintained and the living space was more than sufficient. I went with my teenage sister, her friend and my mum. Being a 17 year old girl, one of the fears is that we would get bored with the island's activities. However, our weekend was packed. When we weren't doing anything in particular, the beach was so close that even teenagers as lazy as us were willing to make the very short trip down.
Newport had some amazing shops that we didn't expect to find on the island and the sheer number of high quality places to eat really lifted our spirits after a windy day at the beach. Also the Emma Bridgewater pottery painting at Chessell was a really fun experience and a great chance to paint what ever you want onto one of their many different pieces of pottery.
The weather unfortunately refused to cooperate but the gale force winds and rain didn’t stop my sister, her friend and I from wandering along the sea front promenade from Totland Bay to Cowell Bay. The waves were enormous and we got a bit wet but it didn’t really matter as Cliffway was so close there was no need for steamy car journeys in soggy clothes. All in all, it was a great weekend and there was a lot there for us to do.'

TO BOOK PLEASE CONTACT US: We will email (or post) a copy of our Booking Conditions and Agreement and on receipt of the security deposit (currently £120) and a completed and signed booking form we will confirm your booking. At present, due to Covid we are asking visitors to bring their own linen and towels. Duvets and pillow s are provided. Please feel free to call or email and we will be pleased to provide any additional information you may require and answer any queries. We generally have a minimum stay of 3 nights. Please contact us to details.

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Our Policy:
a) In order for us to retain that information we will need your written consent. For future holiday bookings a consent form is likely to be required at the time of an initial enquiry (when you may wish to hear from us for information/availability at other times) or on completion of a stay once the deposit has been returned.
b) We will not retain your personal details after your initial enquiry or holiday unless you have provided written consent. We will retain your personal information, provided by yourself, in order to confirm a booking. We will not retain your personal details once the holiday is completed and the deposit returned unless you provide written consent.
c) Data we receive from you as a result of your interest in our business is stored securely and password protected.
d) We do not share your personal details with third parties.
e) We do not ask for your bank details until after your holiday when we wish to return the security deposit. In circumstances where:
• Payment is made online we will delete your bank information from our records, however, proof of payment is kept should there be a query.
• Payment is made by cheque we will not have access to your bank details.
f) You have the right to withdraw consent at any time.
g) Information we receive from you will be kept for a maximum of six years for accounting purposes only.

Reviews

A perfect getaway


By Melissa H on 26-Jul-2021

We had a lovely break at Cliffway. We used it as a base to work from and made good use of the spot getting lots of cycling, running and walking in as well as lunch at “Off the Rails” (beautiful and book well in advance), breakfast, lunch and Dinner at Totland pier (brilliant in every way) and Yarmouth quite a bit for dinner at the Terrace (great in the evening). A perfect getaway! Thank you Katharine
26/7/2021 at 21:33


5 of of 5

Four friends enjoy a summer break 30 June - 4 July 2021


By Amy And Friends on 05-Jul-2021

Cliffway was amazing and the Isle of Wight is perfect for a relaxed holiday. I came with some of my uni friends for a few days and there was so much to do.

From the outset we knew we’d made a good decision based off the stunning outlook onto Totland bay. We stayed here for 4 nights, however the highlight for me was doing the beautiful walk down to Alum Bay overlooking the Needles. Myself and my uni mates really enjoyed the walk, it wasn’t too long and once you arrived the views just got better. I couldn’t recommend this holiday house enough, the location is fantastic and the views are just as gorgeous.

Came to stay here with a group of friends as an end of uni celebration and had an amazing time. The house is in such a good location, only a 2 minute walk down to the beach and a 10 minute walk along the seafront to Colwell Bay. My friends and walked there for dinner at the Hut one evening (highly recommend) and ate our seafood with a beautiful view of the sun setting over the sea. We were also lucky enough to be on the island at the same time as the round the island boat race which was an incredible sight to see. Great place to stay, cannot recommend it enough.

Having stayed many times before, I enjoyed a trip to Sandown (the furthest you have to drive in the island but still only 45mins away). There are sandy beaches, an amazing fish and chips at the Beach Shack right by the beach, and an adorable animal sanctuary with the sweetest animals rescued from circuses and other bad situations across Europe. This was the second time I brought my uni friends to Cliffway because it they loved it so much the first time!


5 of of 5

Autumn break in Totland Bay


By Zoe on 26-Oct-2020

I spent a wonderful cosy week in Cliffway house thanks to Katharine. It was our first time, me and my children, on the isle of Wight and I was amazed to discover this wonderful island far from the hustle and bustle of the city. Totland Bay is definitively the right place to stay: only a short walk from the Needles the major attraction of the island (wonderful white cliffs) and most of all, it benefits from the Sunsets (Western coast). I have come back home with amazing colourful pictures, the weather was excellent, even late October, I truly recommend this place ! Zoé
10/26/2020 at 10:28 AM


5 of of 5

Review of Cliffway


By Christine S on 26-Aug-2020

We had a lovely holiday on the Isle of Wight, spent in the wonderful Cliffway, set in a beautiful location close to the sea, with amazing sea views from the front of the bungalow. The beach at Totland is just a few minutes walk away. You might even spot some of the local wildlife during your stay. We saw foxes, badgers and a green woodpecker! The accommodation is spacious and well furnished, with everything you might need for a comfortable stay; a true 'home from home'. Contact with the owner was easy and pleasant. It is in a good location to access all amenities.

A private visitor who has stayed on several occasions and who has booked to stay again this year. Last years holiday 1st to 15 Aug 2020.



5 of of 5

Quiet spot on Isle of Wight


By Norbert M on 18-Sep-2019

Norbert M.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Cliffway Totland. Place was clean and spacious. Easy access to public transportation and to basic groceries.

Would recommend it anytime


5 of of 5

Wonderful holiday


By Avi M on 01-Sep-2019

Avi M.
We had a wonderful stay in Totland and enjoyed Cliffway which has all the amenities we needed. The location of the property is fantastic with the sea view and beautiful sunsets. Totland Bay is literally a couple of minutes walk away. We were also very happy with the owners communication throughout. We are very happy to recommend this property.


5 of of 5

Excellent Brexit break


By Stephen I on 14-Aug-2019

Stephen l.
Excellent place to get away from it all. Beach and restaurants within walking distance. A lovely house with nice views. It is nicely set up for sunny and wintery days with inside games and movies and outside seating area and bbq.


5 of of 5

Perfect location


By Tatiana H on 03-Nov-2018

Tatiana H.
We had a lovely family stay with our 3 girls (11, 9 & 7).

Great location (with sea view!), short walk to the beach and seaside restaurants.

Perfect base for exploring the island on foot or bike with little shop nearby - we didn't use our car at all during our stay. The house itself is nice, clean, comfortable and well furnished - thank you for the cake, milk and fresh flowers on arrival.

Would definitely love to come back.


5 of of 5

Everything you need for a beach getaway holiday


By Christine S on 25-Aug-2018

The cottage is set in a lovely, spacious garden, with lots of space outside. The clean and well presented cottage is light and airy, with everything you need for your holiday. The view from the French windows at the front of the cottage is stunning, and you are just 5 minutes walk from the beach. The area itself is lovely, we have been on holiday to the Isle of Wight over 10 times now, and are still discovering new places to visit.


5 of of 5

Great family holiday


By David W on 20-Aug-2018

david w.
My family had a lovely time at Cliffway, my little boy loved running around the garden, the cottage was very pleasant never to hot or cold given how hot and cold it got from day to night.

The water front bar was really nice, good food friendly service and very close by.

Off road parking made things very easy, given how busy the road gets in the day.

You have a well stocked kitchen so very easy to eat in.

The fresh flowers was a nice touch. Couldnt find the cake everyone kept talking about though in the comments book lol.

Cant fault the place had a great time, wife wants to come again next year.


5 of of 5

Nice House with a wonderful sea view garden


By Guido on 25-Jul-2018

We had a wonderful week on the Isle of Wight. The house was well equipped and clean, the organisation ahead and afterwards works just well. Because of the nice weather we could use the garden for every breakfast and so could enjoy the sea view. The location is fine for going to beach within minutes or to discover the surrounding, e.g. the Needles, by feet.


5 of of 5

The bungalow was bright, airy and clean - very comfortable and well equipped.


By Katharine Eric & Ellie on 29-Jun-2018

he property is set within a lovely garden with views out over the Solent - just perfect for watching the sun go down whilst enjoying a glass of wine! The beach is only a 5 minute walk away where you can enjoy a meal by the waterfront - stunning. From Totland Bay you can take an easy stroll round to Colwell Bay, with another small restaurant overlooking the sea. When travelling about the Island we nearly always headed through Freshwater and picked up The Military Road (probably the best road on the Island) and famous for its incredible views of the coastline. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at "Cliffway" and look forward to returning into the future. Thank you Katharine Eric & Ellie


4 of of 5

Great location with view of the sea


By Mark L on 04-Jun-2018

Cliffway is located in the village of Totland on the West Coast on a quiet residential road with lovely views of the sea from the front garden. It had everything we needed for a very comfortable stay, although I personally like my TV's a little bigger All in all we had a very enjoyable short break and would thoroughly recommend Cliffway.


5 of of 5

Fantastic family holidays


By Julien P on 22-Apr-2018

We had a really great time in Cliffway for the Easter week. The cottage is lovely, really comfortable, very well equipped, with everything required for a family (2 adults and 2 children, 6yo & 1yo). Having your breakfast or your dinner with this sea view is a real pleasure. The location is great as well, with the superb Totland Bay and the sea no more than a 5 minutes walk away from the cottage, even with young children. A lot of walks are also in the area, with fantastic view points (Needles etc). We would certainly recommend Cliffway for a relaxing week or weekend as a couple or as a family!


5 of of 5

Good week in a home from home


By Cathy Lewis on 22-Jul-2017

Friendly, helpful communication from the owner along with an email of tips for places to visit. House was clean, very well equipped in terms of kitchen bits and a good location with totland bay just down the road. We had poor weather but as there is so much to do on the island we still had a good week. House had a lovely private garden and was so quiet at night. My constructive feedback would be that the main bedroom mattress really sagged on each side and cd do with a rug in living area between sofas just to up cosy levels in evening. A good week in a great little house. Would recommend.


4 of of 5

Beautiful, quiet, everything i needed


By Coleen on 07-Jul-2017

5 of 5
My first impression was relief that it was just as described and presented online. It was very clean, bright and airy. The kitchen was equipped with everything I could possibly need and Katharine even had some delicious goodies waiting for me in the frig. I loved that I could walk wherever I wanted to go and the ocean was a very short walk away. My favorite thing was walking down and watching the sunset each evening. Breathtaking. I would recommend this to anyone needing time away to relax and enjoy the sea and nature.


5 of of 5

This is a wonderful property in a great location.


By Paul on 03-Jun-2017

“This is a wonderful property in a great location. Very central on the west coast and only minutes from Yarmouth. The house is impeccable - very clean and well stocked with everything you would need in a self catering cottage. We enjoyed our stay very much and recommend it highly. ”


5 of of 5

Wow - fantastic holiday home, great sea location


By Ann R on 27-Apr-2017

We have had a wonderful break at Cliff way. The bungalow is cosy, warm and tastefully decorated. The open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room is spacious and light, a great place to relax and enjoy the day and sea view - whatever the weather! It is well equipped with everything you could want - including really good wi-fi connection, great shower and lovely comfortable beds.

The location is also wonderful with views to the sea from the living room. It is lovely to step out and have lovely sea walks on the doorstep. We followed the coast walks in both directions, and walked to Yarmouth one morning. There is an excellent bus service on the Island to deliver you back to your doorstep.

Great food, walks and pubs available and a lovely holiday home to relax in. What more could you wish for.

Ann and Seamus

London


5 of of 5

A very nice house


By Julian on 10-Apr-2017

A very nice house with a really nice view in a quite area of the Isle of Wight. Easy to get everywhere from here and a well appointed apartment.


0 of of 5

Lovely cottage - perfect for family of 4!


By Phil L on 24-Mar-2017

We had a lovely stay at Cliffway - cottage is in excellent condition, and well setup for kids too. Perfect spot in Totland with sea view and beautiful sunsets!


4 of of 5

Very highly recommended .


By Fiona P on 21-Jan-2017

We stayed at Cliffway for Christmas and were very happy with every aspect of the property. It's extremely well equipped, spotlessly clean and very comfortable, with good quality towels, bedding etc (and a huge shower). Despite the winter weather, the house was warm,so we were able to enjoy the sea views from the large wondows in the sitting room without going out in the cold! There were lots of thoughtful touches - not only the usual milk, coffee etc but fresh bread, Isle of Wight cheese and even Christmas crackers waiting for us! The owner was exceptionally helpful, both when booking the property and while we were there, texting us to check everything was ok. Our deposit was also returned promptly after we left. The house is in a wonderful position, on a quiet corner (and with a spacious garden) looking down towards the sea. The walk down to the seafront takes just a few minutes, and in the other direction there's a well-stocked local shop which stays open late. Also just a few minutes away is the bus service, to Yarmouth in one direction and Freshwater in the other - buses every 30 minutes. This is one of the best holiday properties we've stayed in and it was a pleasure to deal with the owner. We'd love to return and would recommend Cliffway as an excellent base on the west of the island, winter or summer.


5 of of 5

Best place to be in the Isle of Wight


By Dagmar S on 26-Jun-2016

A very charming house with a view and a lovely garden. As a family with two teenage boys we can enjoy our stay right from the start of our holiday till the last minute of our holiday. Short walks to the lovely beach, Waterfront Restaurant and Island Breezer that takes you everywhere around West Wight. We can recommend this lovely house to everyone!


5 of of 5

Newly renovated and very well equipped


By Ruth A on 03-May-2016

Went with my family for a long bank holiday weekend. The property has recently been renovated and feels very fresh and clean. The patio doors in the living area provide a lovely view of the sea, which is just a short walk away. The rooms are clean and the beds are really comfortable. The kitchen is well equipped and the bathroom has a great powerful shower. The property is warm and cosy too. Great place as a based for exploring the island and also a nice home to relax in at the end of the day.


5 of of 5

What's not to like


By Dave D on 11-Mar-2016

We booked a short weekend break away and the cottage lived up to expectations. All that you could want from a modern cottage with extremely comfortable beds, well set-out kitchen, and large extensive bathroom. Clean and well-maintained we would heartily recommend to any friends or family members. and there was plenty to do in the surrounding area: great walking country and not too taxing; wonderful fresh foood especially in the New Inn in Shelfield; and some fine bars. what's not to like.


5 of of 5
Prices
2 Jan - 13 February 2021 Winter
£505 per week
13 February - 6 March 20211 Half term
£560 per week
6 Mar - 20 Mar 2021 Mid March
£505 per week
20 Mar - 27 Mar 2021 Late March
£775 per week
27 Mar - 17 Apr 2021 Easter
£875 per week
17 Apr - 1 May 2021 Late April
£605 per week
1 May - 8 May 2021 Early May
£680 per week
8 May - 15 May 2021 Mid May
£650 per week
15 May - 22 May 2021 May
£700 per week
22 May - 29 May 2021 May
£750 per week
29 May - 5 June 2021 May Half Term
£790 per week
5 June - 12 June 2021 Early June
£828 per week
12 June - 26 June 2021 Mid June
£845 per week
26 June - 4 Sept 2021 Summer
£1380 per week
11 Sept - 2 Oct 2021 September
£844 per week
2 Oct - 16 Oct 2021 October
£560 per week
16 Oct - 6 Nov 2021 Oct Half Term
£780 per week
6 Nov - 13 Nov 2021 November
£580 per week
13 Nov - 18 Dec 2021 Nov/Dec
£505 per week
18 Dec 2021 - 1 Jan 2022 Christmas/New Year
£700 per week
4 Sept 2021 - 11 Sept 2021 Early autumn
£1295 per week
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Microwave Dishwasher Pantry item
Coffee maker Toaster Dining seats
Dining room Internet Heating
Washing machine Parking Living room
Ironing board Television Dvds
Video library Music library Games
Books Garden Boat
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Historic Romantic Sports activities
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