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  • Tewkesbury Park Hotel - The Pleasure Was All Mine

    Tewkesbury Park Hotel - The Pleasure Was All Mine

    Tewkesbury Park Hotel is ideally situated on the crest of a hill amidst a rolling golf course in the surrounding parkland. Its elevated position affords fantastic views of the surrounding countryside and Tewkesbury Abbey. Guests can dine in style at the fabulous Mint Restaurant and relax in the lovely Leisure Centre. Tewkesbury town centre is close by, at the end of a pleasant stroll through the hotel grounds.

  • Tales and Trails of Tewkesbury

    Tales and Trails of Tewkesbury

    The development of Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire was shaped by its unusual position at the confluence of the Rivers Avon and Severn. During the Middle Ages the town prospered due to its inland port, its mills and its Abbey. Its development slowed due to lack of land and the decline of trading. Its re-birth as a fascinating tourist attraction is largely due to the pride of its inhabitants.

  • The Feathers in Woodstock - A Very Special Hotel

    The Feathers in Woodstock - A Very Special Hotel

    The Feathers in Woodstock is a delightful combination of ancient architecture outside and contemporary comfort inside. This unique hostelry has twenty-six stylish bedrooms and offers excellent food in its restaurant. It is ideally placed for exploring Woodstock and Blenheim Palace.

  • Woodstock and Blenheim Palace a Perfect Pair for a Great Outing

    Woodstock and Blenheim Palace a Perfect Pair for a Great Outing

    Woodstock in Oxfordshire is a wonderful example of an old English town with streets lined with independent shops, cafes and restaurants and hotels and public houses occupying seventeenth century buildings including the old coaching inns. It is surrounded by the grounds of the magnificent Blenheim Palace – a great combination for a day out or a short stay.

  • Leeds Castle in Kent - The Complete Day Out

    Leeds Castle in Kent - The Complete Day Out

    Leeds Castle near Maidstone in Kent has so much to offer its visitors that a day is not enough. Day tickets to enter the castle and grounds are valid for a year. Attractions include a tour of the castle, walks around the extensive grounds, a falconry, a maze and underground grotto, and a fabulous adventure playground.

  • Houghton Lodge and its Tea Rooms in the Test Valley, Hampshire

    Houghton Lodge and its Tea Rooms in the Test Valley, Hampshire

    The Test Valley in Hampshire is a unique landscape. Clear chalk streams thread their way through a gently undulating countryside bordered by lush water meadows and beautiful properties. The sweeping lawns of Houghton Lodge reach down to the banks of the River Test famous for its fly fishing.

  • Two Days in Splendid Sherborne: DayTwo, Around the Abbey

    Two Days in Splendid Sherborne: DayTwo, Around the Abbey

    We forget how powerful and wealthy the church was during the Middle Ages. Sherborne is a good example of this with its heritage of historical buildings that date back to the building of its abbey and the establishment of the world renowned Sherborne School.

  • The Excellent Eastbury Hotel in Sherborne, Dorset

    The Excellent Eastbury Hotel in Sherborne, Dorset

    The Eastbury Hotel is ideally situated close to the centre of Sherborne in Dorset which features two castles and an Abbey. Its lovely walled garden will make you feel you have travelled to another world not just a train journey from London. Thanks to the friendly and efficient staff, it is a real home from home – enhanced by the super food by chef Matt Street in the two rosette Seasons restaurant.

  • Two Days in Splendid Sherborne: Day One, Castleton

    Two Days in Splendid Sherborne: Day One, Castleton

    Sherborne is steeped in history and a showcase of architectural treasures – its history is on its streets and a walk through this pretty Dorset town is a walk through its history. There is so much to see it merits a two-day visit. Stay at the lovely Eastbury Hotel and enjoy the diversity of the local cuisine.

  • The Polurrian on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall

    The Polurrian on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall

    The Polurrian occupies a stunning location on a cliff top on the coastline of the scenic Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. It is well-placed for walks along the South West Coast path and it is close to the amenities of Mullion, a traditional Cornish village.

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