Beach House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
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TripAdvisor Reviews Beach House Hotel Widemouth Bay
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... driver, because we are constantly amazed that even quite narrow, minor roads have many HUGE lorries that come barrelling round corners towards you at speed. Not for the faint-hearted, (like me!) Arrived at The Mill House Hotel and went straight to the bar for a pint and to watch the canal boats sail along the Shropshire Canal past our table and through the hotel! Tried to ignore the cricket on TV, after Australia's woeful ...
Weather wet. Travellers dry. A long leisurely breakfast led to a long leisurely morning tea then a long leisurely lunch, all still at the kitchen table. We were waiting for the rain to stop but it didn't so we cancelled plans to go exploring. Pippa and I spread out on couches and read and drank more tea, while Nigel and Peter spent ...
... degrees and we kept thinking that this is actually about as good as English summertime gets! It's all downhill to snow and ice from here. Back home to P and P to discover Pippa had cooked salmon and garden veg for our dinner and done all our washing, with our underwear spread out to dry on the Aga in the kitchen! Nigel and Peter went off to spread some silage on the farm and check the sheep. Fell asleep trying to watch New Tricks on ...
... organised tours of the new roof structures. They are replacing like with like so there is plenty of beautiful oak beams, 8000 Welsh slates, 46 tonnes of lead as well as repairs being made to the stone works. This C17 house by the same architect as Chatsworth is a showcase for the Dutch decorative arts. 274 acres of grounds contained a herd of 200 fallow deer which charged in front ...
... the bottom which they'd put into an album. There was also a ticket for a play, "Darling I'm Home" that Pete produced in Lime Acres, November 1981. The price of R7.50 included a curry & rice dinner at the Finch Hotel. We were surprised to see that the photos of our side of the family only went up to our pre-Australian days. We have sent vast numbers of packets of pictures over the years but I don't know what has happened to them. I'm ...