BEST WESTERN Homestead Court Hotel - Welwyn Garden City
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of BEST WESTERN Homestead Court Hotel - Welwyn Garden City
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Homestead Court Hotel - Welwyn Garden City
Travel Blogs from Welwyn Garden City
... with a short rise; as you climbed higher the steps got smaller, the rise higher and the space to climb through got a lot smaller. There were spots that I had to roll my shoulders and duck my head to fit through and of course remind myself that I was going to be okay... just keep climbing the stairs. Once I got to the top the views were amazing... just as beautiful as from the Eye, but this time with the wind in my face and sun shinning down. ----------------- We ...
10th May - Saturday
First the good news, Brownie is OK. I sat up till 1:00am to hear from Margaret, she had to ring the Vet. He was improving, still a bit wobbly, falls over when he has a pee, but he is happier. He has taken a bit longer to recover than the last time he had one of these attacks, but he is older. Margaret is picking him up tomorrow morning, if all is still good. So that was good news, no Leanne I don't love him!
... so we are hopeing all will be OK this time too. Still waiting on more news, as you can imagine Russ is upset.
We met up with Cecile and Eddie and had a very good day.
There was a French come Italian market taking place, mainly food for sale, so Cecile and I had a look, we were offered a olive to taste but both of us declined. One place was selling ...
... to M&M world. There was a lot of merchandise in M&M world and there was big tubes of different colours/kinds of M&M's so you could make your own mixture. During the day you can also see M&M's being made. Day 1: We went to see the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. There were hundreds and hundreds of people waiting for the changing of the guard so it was quite hard to find a spot where we could see it ...
... cold and scary night, but the worst shock will come when he sees what's left of his motorhome. Remember we are right beside the hospital, that close that we back onto the hospital.
Please remember Stuart in your prayers.
And we thought it was going to be a dull day.
Love from Sue and Russ.