White Hart Hotel

Address: 26 High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England, OX10 7HN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 26 High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames, is near Didcot Railway Centre, White Horse Hill, and The Parish Church of St. James.
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      Windsor Bridge to Maidenhead

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Dec 06, 2014

      8 photos

      ... this rule was upheld until 1990. Eton village appears to be little more than a high street of classy shops and cafes - quite atmospheric though. Eton College was founded by Henry VI for seventy poor scholars. Today the majority are fee paying and far from poor. It costs in excess of 10k to board there. Pupils still wear traditional black tailcoats - worn in mourning for George III. Leaving Eton village, I join the towpath and there are some ...

      A Little Taste of Summer

      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Aug 05, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... the worst and myself and the family thought it would be a good idea to head home so I could see him. As I have mentioned before and as you can probably imagine; when taking a year out this is the one thing you dread the most. I tried to remain calm and packed a little hand luggage bag and went straight to the airport. It was at this moment that I realised perhaps a year in Europe would have been more practical. It was minus six degrees, snowing and the ...

      Our first guests blogging for us

      A travel blog entry by floro on May 20, 2014

      32 photos

      ... of the many vintage motorbike riders. We saw quite a few gypsies on the roads and you notice so many nice convertibles over here, especially on a nice sunny, weekend. Bath was an experience, after hearing about it so long, and Castle Comb is such an incredibly picturesque old wold village and Manor, everywhere you look there is beauty and a treasure trove of fascinating history preserved. On the Monday bank holiday we ...

      Monday bike ride

      A travel blog entry by floro on Feb 10, 2014

      1 comment

      ... a woman and smothering her four-year-old daughter, and admitted to two rapes, but it is believed he is the ‘Green Chain Rapist’ who carried out at least 70 savage attacks across south-east London over a four-year period ending in 19949 9 Graham Young Graham Frederick Young is notable for his obsession with the use of poison, and for having been imprisoned for murder in his teens, only to kill again after his release. Born in Neasden, north London, he was fascinated from ...

      To market to market

      A travel blog entry by ktmason on Aug 10, 2013

      2 photos

      ... that the view was just as amazing as it would have been form St Paul's but much cheaper.
      Onward about another 15 minutes (I walk slowly) we found the Tower Of London and the wharf.
      Unfortunately tho the wait for a ferry was about 40 mins so after all that walking we decided that the tube was a better option. So, on at Tower Hill and we tubulated past all the stops we had walked past.
      Then it was leave Waterloo and head back to Wraysbury ...