BEST WESTERN The Royal Chase Hotel

Address: Royal Chase Roundabout, Shaftesbury, Dorset, England, SP7 8DB, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Royal Chase Roundabout, Shaftesbury, is near Old Sarum, Old Wardour Castle, and Larmer Tree Gardens.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Travel buddies

      A travel blog entry by kelseamarshall on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... enjoyed our adventure. On Sunday, the boys left and it was just the girls at Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral which was quite nice. It was much easier traveling with just 6 people. Great learning experiences always come with great ...

      Bathed in Bath

      A travel blog entry by kelseamarshall on Jan 26, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... mulled around the town until late and ended up back at the hostel. It wasn't a shabby place. We shared the room with 9 other girls we didn't know. I slept with only sheets out of an irrational fear of the comforter so I was a bit chilly. The older woman under me had the most interesting snore that kept me up some. But other than a few loud guests coming in around 230, there wasn't much to complain about. First hostel was a success.


      A travel blog entry by troyrowe on Sep 11, 2013

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      ... the incredible aspect of this is that they had to transport the stones a minimum of 40km before erecting them as the nearest bluestone mine to the site is at least this distance.

      How they got the large stones on top of the vertical stones is extraordinary however and must have required a large army of men and complex planning/engineering to get the stones (which weigh up to 25tons) lying horizontally on top of the vertical stones.

      Thomas Hardy Country

      A travel blog entry by cnb on Jul 12, 2013

      Had ice cream cones as the sun got lower and we left Stonehenge and then wended our way to Shaftesbury. We had to wander a little before we found The Old Chapel B&B, but not for too long. Sue dropped us off there and while she went to check in at Kate's B&B in Bimport (that's a street, not another town), we met the sweet "fuss pots" Philip and Sue Bramley, very proud of their old chapel turned into a B&B. Their largest picture window looks out on ...

      Left to our own Devizes

      A travel blog entry by jayton on Apr 02, 2013


      Tuesday. Our last day here dawned bright and sunny and for once it stayed that way until the sun went to bed. The weather man says it should be like this for a few more days, but he was smiling when he said that!

      The site I have picked said it had power but the reviews said it didn't so I phoned to check. It did have power so I booked it. The man said that he had a good pitch that wasn't too hard to get onto. ...