The Pheasant Inn

Address: Ermin Street, Hungerford, Berkshire, England, RG17 7AA, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Ermin Street, Hungerford, is near French Brothers Ltd and River Kennet.
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    Travel Blogs from Hungerford

    Our Final Cycle

    A travel blog entry by giselapur on Jul 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... two young lads sort their bikes out. We had perfect weather the whole time - the only rain was at Glastonbury and that seemed to be just an essential part of the experience! There is definitely a lot more to see in the UK. I had underestimated how beautiful it is and the presence of the history here is amazing when you come from such a young country. I'd love to come back and ride through Cornwall or the Lake District. Next ...

    Kintbury, Hungerford and South Cernsey, Sun Dec 9

    A travel blog entry by memedfamily on Dec 09, 2012

    8 photos

    ... leave so we saw her off, packed and then also left Kintbury.

    We went to Hungerford and went for a walk with Ray, Louise and the girls around Hungerford. There is an island in the middle of Hungerford which used to be a leper colony during the Middle Ages. Rows of houses have been built upon the island and on bridges across the river. One house had a fire and now the owners cannot lease, sell or renovate it as a stream runs under its foundations. Camilla likes ...

    Blenheim Palace, Sat Dec 8 - Day 8

    A travel blog entry by memedfamily on Dec 08, 2012

    6 photos

    ... could have ended up with a bit of a bill - Sof bumped into a table and the giant porcelain vase precariously wobbled and she just held everything and righted it. Groan. Our final room to walk through was the library which was being set up for a Christmas corporate function and looked splendid. Ice blue tablecloths,glassware, silver table settings - it was gorgeous and also a bit of a worry. I told Sof to walk straight through and not go near ...

    Hungerford Fri Dec 7 - Day 7

    A travel blog entry by memedfamily on Dec 07, 2012

    8 photos

    ... crazy Christmas toy store madness. It was wonderful. Hamley people stationed all over the place demonstrating toys and crafts, wailing kids, lost parents, violently lollipop pink coloured toilets, cheery store attendants. Sof was beside herself with glee and darting all over the place. On the top floor were lifesized Lego models of Nutcracker soldiers, Star Wars figures and the Royal Family - including a Lego corgi. We had a ball. Bought a The Hobbit figurine ...

    Convention Begins

    A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Sep 15, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... Tipple, or "Devil's Drink." Then for starters, Marty had fish cakes, while I had a grilled mushroom on toast thingy. He had grilled steak with peppercorn sauce; I had sea bass on excellent mashed potatoes. (They make wonderful mashed potatoes in this country and they serve them with practically everything.) For dessert, he had a sundae and cookie; I had a steamed banana pudding with caramel sauce. All excellent.

    And so to bed to rest up for tomorrow!