Severn Valley Guesthouse

Address: Westbourne Street, Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Westbourne Street, Bewdley, is near Rays Farm and Arley Arboretum.
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    Travel Blogs from Bewdley

    Family

    A travel blog entry by taramarika on Feb 08, 2015

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    ... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...

    Shrewsbury

    A travel blog entry by kategreen on Feb 01, 2015

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    My family dropped me off at my boyfriend Elliot's house on Thursday 29th in Shrewsbury. I said goodbye to them and they left to go up to Manchester and fly out. It was really nice to spend some quality time with Els and I got to really meet his family. I had briefly met them the day everybody moved in, but now I got the chance to sit down and talk to them. They are very sweet and easy to get along with people. His little sister reminds me quite a ...

    The Brummies revenge

    A travel blog entry by garyorme on Dec 09, 2014

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    ... area grew to include fish markets, horse trading and butchery. Legend has it that a large corn market was also on site and within that was a 'Green' where a large iron ring sat. Bulls were tied to the 'ring' while waiting slaughter and the name Bulllring stuck, hmm not squeemish when purchasing their corn then!! Over the years the bullring has seen markets, fairs and riots, apparently there was an unsavoury element in attendance at these fairs which in turn led ...

    Two-barred Crossbills in the Wyre Forest

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Dec 08, 2013

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    ... and was suggesting 5 birds now, often in a larger flock of Common Crossbills.

    We parked at the oddly named Postensplain and walked to the spot from where they had often been seen, feeding in larch trees. There were lots of Siskins and Goldfinches but no evidence of any Crossbills at all. We waited for perhaps 30 minutes with no luck and then a birdwatcher came up the valley from the direction opposite to where we had walked in from. He told us that the birds ...

    An Absence of Hound

    A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Mar 17, 2013

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    ... 3 miles each time. To tick off the next milestone, so to speak, in the training schedule, I needed to do a 15 miler. That's what today's walk was intended to achieve.

    I set off from the visitor's centre at the Wyre Forest and followed the mountain bike trail. Around mile two, Pal spotted three very nice looking bucks and completely ignored my frantic whistling as he bounded off after them, tongue hanging out one side of his mouth. That was the last I saw ...