Lamb Inn

Address: 3 Blake Street, Congleton, Cheshire, England, CW12 4DS, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 3 Blake Street, Congleton, is near Capesthorne Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Congleton

    Travel day

    A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith on Jul 10, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... s a beautiful day for a drive! We do most of the drive straight up the M1 but as we near traffic at a stand still we decide to take the A road. This is the England we have come to see. Beautiful green rolling hills sectioned by grey walls - making the perfect patchwork. Mr S stopped in at the Great Central Railway at Loughborough to see the station and found Mr S' first LMS carriage, which he told me was an Inspectors Saloon - he may or may not have 'whooped' out loud! We ...

    Stratford to Manchester and everything in between

    A travel blog entry by tracy.blazer on Jul 10, 2015

    14 photos

    We started off the day with another great English breakfast. What is great is that every place has a lot of veggie options so eggs, veggie sausage, grilled tomatoes and beans. Yum. Then we walked over to Harvard House which Harvard University now owns. No real connection to Shakespeare other than that the house is from that era and his parents and the owners of this house were friends. Then we well ...

    Manchester, a Park, Palace, and Pond

    A travel blog entry by xtopherc on Jun 27, 2015

    15 photos

    ... The final flight of an historic cold war supersonic British Vulcan bomber happened to occur during our lunch as the cherry on top.
    Our exploration of the palace grounds was heightened by the presence of the illustrator for 'The Gruffalo' book series. We were able to act the role of the privileged 18th century aristocracy, playing ring toss and lawn bowling, wandering the gardens, all with Gruffalo inspired activities for the kids interest.
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    Day 11 Manchester

    A travel blog entry by rachelandnick on Nov 25, 2013

    35 photos

    ... of the hostel we had to keep going. We finally met my cousin (Nick Papadatos) (Pappa) and it was straight to the pub. Here we tried the famous mulled wine which was very different. Personally I didn't like it that much, no one really did, except pappa, so he had to finish about 4 cups. From here it was just pub hopping, from the blue pig to pubs which were built before Australia was colonised! After a few beers, wine and Christmas markets it was time for ...

    Land of the giants

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jun 02, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... that thousands have been spent shoring it up and it's all perfectly safe. We enter the moated manor over a small bridge and find ourselves in a beautiful cobbled courtyard with bright orange tulips. We decide to wait for the guided tour which turns out to be excellent. We learn that the Moreton family were entrepreneurs who built the house as a statement of their wealth and standing in society. Wood was very expensive hence the house has a great deal of wood in ...