Clanville Manor

Castle Cary, Somerset, England, BA7 7PJ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in Castle Cary, is near South Cadbury Castle and Mill on the Brue.
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    Travel Blogs from Castle Cary

    A Stonehenge drive-by

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 10, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Dene and Paul was able to return some Austin auto parts and purchase some rare parts from the secretary of the auto collector’s club here in the UK. It was worth the drive down.

    This area has tons of thatched-roof houses. The guy we were visiting had one. It just looks so cool!

    We are staying the night in the closest town, Blandford Forum. This town of 11,000 has been an important market town since the ...

    Back on track with owl, golf, wedding and Paul

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... tonight's destination is Lullington and on arriving I'm disappointed to find the church locked. Sitting briefly in the church yard I feel a deep sense of tiredness in my body. Particularly my eyes ache in their sockets. The road walking and relative boredom of flat rail trails doesn't help stimulate the body to produce the energy we need, it's only 3.15 but we've already covered 20 kms. After a 15 min break we set off again. Choosing to avoid a secluded ...

    Uncomfortable, lose control as day turned on head

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 06, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... t walk around the edge of these fields. It is hard to draw a word picture of what we face on the ground when the path leads directly over a stile into a solid wall of mature corn. In the previous example there simply was no edge. The formidable edges of English fields are the wonderfully ragged diverse monuments to nature’s frenetic growth, called hedgerows. Where the hedgerow ends is often difficult to discern and typically what adjoins the hedgerow is a mass of ...

    Day 9 - Cheddar Gorge

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jun 28, 2014

    44 photos

    ... too. The wording on the website suggests you need this ticket to explore the gorge but that, as we like to say in Blighty, is a load of utter bollocks. Or tosh. Tosh is a good one. I think that you need to have a moustache in order to fully pull off the utterance of "load of old tosh" though. ...

    Cooking in Castle Cary

    A travel blog entry by dstras on Aug 06, 2013

    6 photos

    I attended the Food of Course cooking school for 3.5 weeks held near Castle Cary in Somerset, England. It's a four week course (I had to leave early for our family trip) held in the farm house of Louise and Roger Hutton. Normally there are 6 students taught by Lou, but this time there were only four of us. I shared a room with Kathryn, a 21 year old English girl who is doing history of art at Manchester and lives near Castle Cary. Kathryn has plenty of cooking ...