Bolebroke Castle

Address: Edenbridge Road, Hartfield, East Sussex, England, TN7 4JJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Edenbridge Road, Hartfield, is near Hever Castle, Groombridge Place and the Enchanted Forest, Ashdown Forest, and Crowborough Beacon Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Hartfield

Hop on, Hop off

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Dec 17, 2014

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... but outside, pfft and us commoners will never get inside. The Consulars and Embassies in the same street had more character and loveliness about them than the Palace. After that trip we headed straight back to our room for rest. Today feeling better we headed out and did the Hop on, Hop off bus tour of London and luckily we got a 48 hour pass, we would really need a month pass I think. We made it as far as the Tower of London and ended up spending the ...

Day 63 Reunited with my girls from Laos!

A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Nov 18, 2014

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... reunite with them in London. Although, I told them it was so funny to see each other with so much clothes on and we all talked about how much we missed Laos and the sunshine! We headed to central London to have lunch on a boat with a view of the London Eye and the Parliament! We caught up on travel stories, boys, gossip and memories of our last crazy night in Laos. Then, we decided to go watch Gone Girl which Charly and I had read a few weeks ago. We both ...

Hammersmith Bridge to Kingston

A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 19, 2014

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... as a 'dolls house' this lovely mansion was built for Henrietta Howard, George II's mistress, in 1723 for the princely sum of £11,500. It's now just a half mile walk to Ham House where we plan to make a short visit. It's interesting that our English Heritage guide book makes no mention of it at all - presumably because it is owned by the National Trust? It's a shame as it's well worth a visit. It was built in 1610 and little has changed since that time. Originally owned by ...

Still in London

A travel blog entry by anne-perry on Sep 05, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

Thursday - Ros is still suffering from the bug she picked up on the cruise, so she contacted a doctor to come to the hotel to check her out she has been coughing badly no sleep. So I am on my own today so I caught a taxi to the palace for the changing of the guard, I couldn't believe the crowd that were there. I couldn't get close enough to see the actual change over but I did get on the roadside across the road. I hope you enjoy the pictures. Next I ...

A day of history

A travel blog entry by gadfly on Aug 03, 2014

Up early and walked to the Guildhall which is a rare example of medieval civic architecture. The City of London has been governed from the area occupied by the Guildhall for more than 800 years. Today Guildhall is home to the City of London Corporation - the provider of local government services to the Square Mile. The present Guildhall was built between 1411 and 1430.
We were first to arrive at ...