BEST WESTERN The Gables Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN The Gables Hotel Falfield
Really enjoyed my stay. Excellent value for money and fresh tasty, satisfying food. Will stay there again.
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Off to France,
... was to Oliver’s Castle a pre-historic hill fort and node point of the energy lines. Given its importance, really signifying our entrance into this heartland of ancient civilisation, we agree that I should go back to investigate while Debby takes a welcome break. Richard’s words are the only introduction we have:
“The fort dates from about 500B.C. It is a superb location with dramatic perilous escarpments and expansive ...
And very early start saw us getting the coach at 7 am and spent an picking up other passengers before we set off.
We traveller's through some lovely green country side and our first stop was Bourton-on-the-water. It was a very picturesque village with lots of honey colored stone houses and fences. We arrived early as it was a holiday and not much traffic. Just as well as within an hour ...