Yew Tree House Bed and Breakfast

Address: Lower Frankton, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, SY11 4PB, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on Lower Frankton, Oswestry, is near Laurel and Hardy Museum.
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    Getting ready to go!

    A travel blog entry by isabellemccabe on Apr 01, 2015

    1 photo

    I have been waiting for this week for 6 months! Finally I am off on my adventure on Friday! Eeeekkkk! I am going to work on the P&O Azura, which during the summer months travels around a lot of Europe. After a very full and fun last weekend in Manchester, I am kind of all sorted and just awaiting my lift to Southampton! First stop to see my grandparents in Devon ...

    Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by mistere on Jun 19, 2014

    6 comments, 7 photos

    ... AirBnB which was also excellent and again I fell lucky with my host. I feel that going forward I will use a combination of these three ways of securing accommodation, probably less couchsurfing though.

    People I met in general were really nice, I think I can read people well at times and can assess situations well also. This meant that I was comfortable with most of the situations I found myself in, I was constantly assessing people and situations, ...

    Lousy weather, super weather, canal rage

    A travel blog entry by the-uglyheads on Jun 17, 2013

    5 photos

    ... south. Again, going through Wolverhampton, like Stoke and Stafford before, Wolverhampton from the canal was pleasant with modern housing development along most of the route. Post industrial Britain looms large. I guess the housing is on ex industrial land?

    Then under M54 on to the dreaded NARROWS. (Music of the ominous kind now should play.) The NARROWS are a cutting, the width of ...

    Home to Roost

    A travel blog entry by heleng2 on Jul 06, 2012

    7 photos

    ... As I write the first lot of decoration is under way; although most of the house is from the 1980s there are a couple of walls left over from the original 1700s building so we are learning about breathable paint and how to acquire it without paying prices more suitable for gold-plating.

    and so for now the journey, if not the adventure, is over. Although we're not ruling out an escape in the depths of winter... :-)
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    A Good Friday for Cranes

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Apr 06, 2012

    A quick scan of the bird sightings websites told us that there had been a Common Crane nearby for a couple of days and somebody had kindly updated birdforum.net to confirm that it was still there at 7 a.m. so it was quite an easy decision and we set off in the direction of Stafford thinking we'd find some breakfast on the way.

    We didn't but as we found a space to park the car we noted that the Radford Inn on the A34 south of Stafford was right next to the ...