Travelodge Amesbury Stonehenge

Address: A303 Countess Services Countess Road, Amesbury, Wiltshire, England, SP4 7AS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on A303 Countess Services Countess Road, Amesbury, is near Stonehenge, Cholderton Farm, and Durrington Walls.
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          All Aboard for your All Inclusive Cruise

          A travel blog entry by holidayaffair on Nov 11, 2015

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          ... wine, beer and spirits; butler service; at least one free hour of Wi-Fi (more if you're in a higher-category suite); 24-hour room service; expedition gear; and shore excursions in some areas. What's Not Included: Spa services, most shore excursions and airfare cost extra. Fees are levied at the ships' specialty restaurants, Le Champagne and Seishin. Seabourn Cruise Line What's Included: On its ships, Seabourn is like a private club, with a thumbs up ...

          All Aboard for All Inclusive

          A travel blog entry by holidayaffair on Nov 11, 2015

          ... wine, beer and spirits; butler service; at least one free hour of Wi-Fi (more if you're in a higher-category suite); 24-hour room service; expedition gear; and shore excursions in some areas. What's Not Included: Spa services, most shore excursions and airfare cost extra. Fees are levied at the ships' specialty restaurants, Le Champagne and Seishin. Seabourn Cruise Line What's Included: On its ships, Seabourn is like a private club, with a thumbs up ...

          Stonehenge

          A travel blog entry by lgrif27 on Jul 26, 2015

          2 photos

          ... the construction to the Bronze Age, when the first metal tools and weapons were made. By this time Stonehenge, was the greatest temple in Britain. The ditches and standing stones were in alignment to mark the passage of the sun and passing seasons. Around Stonehenge there is hundreds of burial mounds clustered on the surrounding hilltops, while other smaller temples and other ceremonial sites that were built nearby. Stonehenge ...

          From The Inner Circle At Stonehenge

          A travel blog entry by anthonstmaarten on Aug 09, 2013

          7 photos

          ... artificial mound known as Silbury Hill, the Neolithic tombs of West Kennet long barrow, and the Sanctuary. After lunch we trekked on to the Stonehenge landscape, visiting sites like Woodhenge, Durrington Walls and finally Old Sarum, by which time my friend, Christine, and I were longingly eyeing the bottles of Celtic Mead and Strawberry Wine that English Heritage was ...

          Amazing - Windsor Castle, Stonehenge & Bath

          A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart on Jan 23, 2012

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... gardens and hedges trimmed so precisely, it's hard to find a leaf adrift or a blade of grass out of line!



          I knew I couldn't see it all in the 2 hours we had here, so I had to choose between the State Apartments or St. George's Chapel and the Changing of the Guards. I chose the latter, and I think I definitely made the right choice. It's not often you get to sand at the the tombs of Kings ...