Hare and Hounds Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... home of around 12 years now.
Last time we visited them in France in the midst of their house renovations, we were most impressed with their French language skills. It's quite a leap from French in Action and navigating cafes to ordering stuff from plumbers!
We didn't make it to the Quaker Meeting House in Broad Campden (they're Quakers and Buddhists-- the two sit easily together) but we did squeeze in a walk through town which is de rigeur for any ...
I waited around in the airport for about 5 hours until I boarded my final flight. When I got on, it was extremely quiet, I had a row to myself, as well as the rows surrounding me! The flight was so quiet, it was easy to sleep as everyone had a row to lie down on. I watched a few films, had some naps and are the food and drink that was brought to me. It may have been ...
... There is a famous cafe called Huffkins here. It started in 1890 and is still family owned. We go in and enjoy a coffee and share a piece of the famous Bakewell tart. Delicious! Glad I don't live here! Next stop the village of Bourton on the Water. Bourton-on-the-Water has been described as the 'Little Venice' of the Cotswolds and is one of the most popular tourist spots in the region. If we thought Stow was busy here was unbelievable! Very pretty with the ...
... was good but the sticky toffee pudding was the best thing we've eaten so far on this trip. I don't even know how to describe it. It was like a piece of chocolate sponge cake but with spices like cinnamon and nutmeg maybe. Then poured over that was hot toffee which was left to pool at the bottom of the bowl. The pièce de résistance was a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. Stuffed, we waddled back to the farm and crawled into bed. We heard some commotion out in the ...
... side, coming up to an even narrower bridge, when what should appear ambling along the bridge but two sheep. They looked so funny, like they owned it. Once they had made it to some greenery we could then drive over the bridge. The sheep, cattle, horses and donkeys that wander along the roadside are not at all concerned about the traffic. We arrived in the Cotswolds via Bristol ...