Brockencote Hall Country House
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Travel Blogs from Chaddesley Corbett
... walk out the door.... (Cos') We're leaving on a jet plane, Six weeks before we're home again. You know when we come back we'll have a lot to say.... We could email you, we could text you too. We might even try to FaceTime you, But we'd rather travel far and go explore.... So kiss us and wave to us, Tell us not to make a fuss, Hug us twice and then we' say no more.... (Cos) we're leaving on a jet plane...... ...
... with plenty of people playing golf. It was even warm enough for my to not wear my coat. But it wasn't so warm that the mud had dried up, which meant we both left the journey with a good layer on our shoes.
We finally got to the castle and as we got closer, we saw, and heard, a group of children which must have been at a birthday party charging the castle with their swords. We got to the castle which was probably the highest point in ...
... br> It was a toss up between trekking over towards the road on the far side of the valley, or heading on and hoping to find the track. In the end I'm glad we headed on, as the track was less than 100 yards away, hidden behind a hedge. In the distance I could see a tower, and decided to angle towards it, so I could place myself on the map again. We skirted some tumbledown buildings and climbed up to the trig point next to the tower. My gps ran out of battery at that point, ...
After a did my fair share of sleeping from the jet lag, and Logan spent the morning at the gym, we decided to make a day trip at Shakespeare's hometown. It is only about an hour and half from Stafford so it would make for an easy day trip.
As soon as we were off the motorway, we ended up on a two lane road that ran between numerous farms, including one with llamas! It made it difficult to drive without going off the road since I was sightseeing while driving. We ...
... so they can rise and fall with the levels. The visitor moorings are also on the same system. It is not easy to moor anywhere else as there is no public towpath, and the land either side is privately owned, and usually not very good for mooring anyway.
We spotted some lovely looking moorings, which we may use later. “Swan’s Neck” and “Comberton Quay” were two in particular.
The final lock of the day was shared ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking