Homelea Bed and Breakfast
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- Conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... seeing the hills and lowlands that provided the strategic upper edge and imagining those poor Anglo Saxons fighting so valiantly against the invaders. But, for a more pleasant mental sojourn, Kipling's authentic Tudor home furnished my imagination with a richer décor. The museum at Battle has fabulous weaponry than can be held and smelled, the weight of chain-mail and the unweildliness of the shields and spears brought a deeper appreciation for the sheer physical prowess and stamina ...
... VIII and Catherine of Aragon. There was also a giant dog kennel suggested as being the only listed dog kennel in the United Kingdom which dates from the 19th century and was designed for the family’s particularly large dog - St Bernard? There was a real emphasis on the half-timbered look, which is regarded as such a characteristic of Tudor construction, as can be seen in the stables, even though they were of ...
... From here we carried on, skirting London and calling in on Sevenoaks for lunch - reminiscing about our visit 12 years ago when Peter and Jane were there and Sarah was on her gap year. "Susie" overshot the mark slightly today, only taking us about 10 miles passed where we should be - probably more about my entry though. Generally though she is pretty amazing, even providing us with digital road signs! Anyhow, we made it to our B&B ...
... a horse paddock. We set up and settled in for the night. We were awoken in the dark of night by young male voices.
"Is that a tent pitched there-get me a torch!".
Darren & I both now awake-froze in panic! The thought crossed our mind that we certainly wouldn't have camped in a similar area in Melbourne-so what on earth made us think it would be safe enough to do it here!
Darren yelled out in his most masculine voice- "What do ...
The rest of the week Anne Seona and I went out, did a maize maze which I thoroughly enjoyed taking us the long way around!! Apparently I am very much like you Mum!! Saw a sandy beach... which turned out to have pebbles on it anyway!! Went ice skating, and had Seona skating out from the wall - briefly :-) A few BBQs and walks. Brillient week! Now I'm off on my tour and a whole new set of adventures... very nervous though! Here we ...