Latchetts Cottage

Address: Norwood Hill, Surrey, England, RH6 0ET , United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Norwood Hill, Surrey, is near Aqua Sports Company.
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      A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Jul 24, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      What a big day! We were up at 6am, left at 7 to catch bus and train to our Bus Tour departure point. Our first stop was the Amazing Windsor Castle! Such ornate and lavish state rooms, a very interesting and extensive collection of antique weapons, suits of armour, paintings by the masters ...

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      A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 06, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Jan 01, 2014

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      ... the photos are in my head. Perhaps sometime I can try to paint them, but I doubt I could do them justice. We drove on down the seaside into Brighton and up to the famous Royal Pavilion. With no nearby parking places in sight, Laurie dropped us off to brave the wind and rain into the Pavilion. The umbrella was basically useless.

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      Sunday feasting with an Irishman

      A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 06, 2013

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      ... was a display of armory, complete with shields, armor, swords, pikes, wooden horses, maces, all of it! Very cool indeed, though you have to wonder how a knight would be able to see through a slit in his helmet only as wide as a chopstick, much less move in such restrictive clothing... After all this history, we decided it was time to go and eat some more, so off we went following Johnny to the next spot. This time we took the London overground, a driverless train that runs to ...

      Day 8. Garden party.

      A travel blog entry by amber_hitchens on Jul 14, 2013

      ... interested. They told us to meet hem down at the bouncy castle so Mariah, Charlotte & I went down & Charlotte told them we weren't intrested in ugly weird boys & it was so funny, they looked at each other & pointed to the guy who was hiding. Then as we left Charlotte said "bye ugly". They got ...