Kings Croft Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... to hopefully pull the window out in one piece so he could reinstall it and he spent a good 30min chipping away at the putty and was almost finished when… can you guess… yep, the window shattered. Ahh well, at least we were back in and now all we need to do is to get a piece of glass cut to repair the door. We are sure Mrs Robinson must be worried about what other damage the Aussies will do in the next 7 weeks they are ...
... of Aragon for a few months until his death. It was on the death of Prince Arthur that King Henry was the new heir to the throne.
During our walk Nathan found where the local Rotary Club meets so he will hopefully be able to fit in a meeting or two while we are in the area.
We did not get a chance to explore all the sights of Ludlow this afternoon or visit the Castle so we will make sure we come back and have a proper visit. ...
... site at the moment with the main street being resurfaced with three way traffic control lights, so the traffic backs up and causes some delays. However, most of the work appears to be done at night with the main street closed between 6pm and 6am until the end of the month. The businesses are all open, you just need to consider where you park if you are going to be in town at night. After a quick play in the park it was time to return home and warm up beside the ...
... four-posts and curtains made from the richest material from France. The halls had parts of their art collections bunched on the walls and lining the sides. Paintings from Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt (if memory serves me correctly). They also had artefacts from ancient Egypt, casually scattered around. One of the past Dukes decided he wanted two Narwhal tusks to furnish the side of his fireplace, so two Narwhal tusks he got. In the same room he decided he ...
... of lovely villages, dry stone walls and steeped in history. The rain has stopped and as we pass the churches with their headstones that look as though they are standing guard, I'm transported to another time.......the Peak District evokes love stories from a bygone age.....ooh where are thou Mr Darcy? Why, he's right next to me....my hubby...:)) Buxton was a spa town and is famous for its therapeutic waters. It has some grand buildings and a lovely park, which we head to. ...