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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    The excitement is mounting!

    A travel blog entry by tgv1959 on Jun 07, 2015

    7 comments

    2 days to go!
    Paul reckons he is all packed. Ian and myself have got our stuff ready to be packed.
    Early start on Tuesday morning will see us meeting for a cooked breakfast at a Bistro in Chadsmoor (Cafe really), so we will be looking for somewhere we can see the bikes!
    The weather these last few days has been very sunny and warm. Let's just hope it continues on into next week and ...

    A quick visit back to Tenbury Wells

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 31, 2015

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    ... blooming in random spots. Unfortunately we were unable to catch up with Emma, Julian and the children as they are away on the school holidays.

    Our trip from Scotland took us past the Falkirk Wheel, the largest boat lift in the world which is used to connect the Union Canal with the Forth and Clyde Canal. The wheel replaces 11 locks and raises (or lowers) boats over a distance of 24m. We were fortunate to see the wheel in operation and it is ...

    Bits and Bobs of West Midlands

    A travel blog entry by maggik on May 23, 2015

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    ... by a local guy who had spent several years documenting the River Stour. Starting at source (supposedly that little Saint Kenelm again) the photos tracked the river till is flows into the Severn. It isn't a very long river but during the 19century it had more industrial mills than any other river in Britain. The concept of the photographs was inspired and all facets of the river today were documented. Not only the lovely scenery but the bridge ...

    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 ...