Chequers Hotel

Address: Old Rectory Lane, Pulborough, West Sussex, England, RH20 1AD, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Old Rectory Lane, Pulborough, is near Bignor Roman Villa, Parham House & Gardens, Parham House & Gardens, and Amberly Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Pulborough

    Sussex

    A travel blog entry by pertunia22 on Jun 12, 2015

    12 photos

    Lovely day sun is shining and it's really warm, nice to see summer again for a minute, been missing really hot days since leaving Europe. Mum, Jane, Alan and I went to Chichester for a swim at the local pool, was great to get a few lengths in have really been missing my usual swims so was good to know I will still be able to manage a few lengths when I get home. Judy, Stephen and Ray went for a walk around the township while we had our ...

    Hampton Court Bridge to Staines

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 25, 2014

    19 photos

    ... saves a half mile trudge. Back in the 17th century, the area was used as a mass grave for unfortunates of the great plague of 1664. And now another small island with an interesting history. It's called Truss's Island after Charles Truss - a London clerk of works who spent 36 years, from 1774 to 1810, restoring it. First it was an island and then it was not because it had become so clogged up and eroded that it had joined the river bank. On his retirement (age ...

    Our travels

    A travel blog entry by irenedelany on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment

    ... it is already over a week that we have been away. Our grandies have kept us busy of course with never a dull moment....both growing up happily.....Michael very adventurous.... On the day of our departure to Erindi...see below...he set the alarm off at 05.00 as he went downstairs in the dark, opened the garage door, where we found him sitting in the trailer ready to go!!!. typical boy... and Courtney playful and enquiring.. She tells me crocodiles breath ...

    Richmond Palace History

    A travel blog entry by pfkahney on Apr 23, 2014

    8 photos

    ... in the palace and changed Elizabeth I's hunting "Newe Parke" to "Old Deer Park" where descendants of the original red deer herd still roam. After Charles' execution, the palace was demolished and the materials sold for 13,000 pounds sterling.
    This palace was one of the first buildings in history to be equipped with ...

    Gravestones and genealogy

    A travel blog entry by ozvere on Oct 21, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... the oldest one dating back to 1790. Some stones, depending upon their makeup, were very hard - as in impossible - to read due to weathering. Sandstone is not suitable but easy to carve (and therefore cheaper?) and granite or marble is longer lasting but more difficult to carve.

    We found that it is not as easy as you think to photograph, or even read, gravestones. Also some churchyards were better kept than others. Another interesting point is that a number ...