Friary Wood

Address: Warminster Road, Hinton Charterhouse, Bath, Somerset, England, BA2 7TE, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Warminster Road, Hinton Charterhouse, is near Prior Park Landscape Gardens (NT), Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Peto Garden at Iford Manor, and Belas Knap.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Friary Wood Hinton Charterhouse

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Travel Blogs from Hinton Charterhouse

A pleasant week in Weston super Mare

A travel blog entry by robncarol on Jul 12, 2015

3 comments, 1 photo

... and it would have been Bruce's 80th birthday so we took lunch and spent the day there. She filled us in on a bit of Coysh family history. Unfortunately one of the places we should have gone was just across from Teighmouth where we went last week from Exeter. We thought of going on to the next town as we had a day pass on the bus but decided against it. Bad luck. We are not going back now. We had a nice day with Fay. She has enjoyed her holiday and ...

Noah's Ark Farm Park - Church outing.

A travel blog entry by duncan.murray on Jul 11, 2015

Great trip down to Bristol, lovely air conditioned coach. The views through the Forest of Dean were spectacular. Crossing the river, over the bridge was breathtaking, as the tide was out, so you could see the extent that the river comes up. At Noah's ark, they seemed to have upgraded some of the facilities, which is really good. Thanks to Jeff for the cup of coffee, well ...

Cashmoor to Cranborne 14k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jul 08, 2015

8 photos

Mary cooked us a lovely breakfast in her Aga. We also had a variety of fruit, including gooseberries from the garden. Mary had a long chat-- she has to cycle now due to bad eyesight stopping her from driving. We set out for our last day of walking at around 9oc. It was an easy walk, pretty flat and only slightly overgrown in places. Passing the watercress ...

Salisbury, Sarum and Stonehenge

A travel blog entry by theriggs on May 22, 2015

... and some brochures from the Information Centre. The weather was improving as we left Salisbury in the bus - the rain had mostly stopped, but it was still quite overcast. Surprisingly it was warmer than London, probably because there was no wind. Next stop was Old Sarum, the remnants of an ancient castle dating back to 500 BC, but reaching its heyday with William the Conqueror in 1086. An original copy of the Magna Carta was ...

Day 40 - huge day full of incident

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 12, 2014

3 comments, 21 photos

... century BC, before being left open for perhaps 1,000 years, finally being filled in. It is awe inspiring to enter this place which is sufficiently remote to provide us a silent sole viewing opportunity on this radiant morning. Debby offers a brief chant to acknowledge the energy that resides here.

Pressing on we walk to the Sanctuary, a sad forlorn place today. All the original megaliths and earlier wooden palisades were removed some hundreds of years ...