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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      Our travels

      A travel blog entry by irenedelany on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... me her mammals....that's why they need to come up to breathe??? Both not wanting to miss a moment. Enough!!!! The game park we are visiting Erindi is north of Windhoek...

      ......such fun through the eyes of a child but also so good to be in the wild again. We took tents and everything we needed for only two nights....Lisa's usual preparation. Potties, braais, campfires and with warm weather such a pleasure. The game drives showing us ...

      Kingston upon Thames

      A travel blog entry by susannz on Jun 27, 2014

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      ... of King Edward Grove. Teddington is home to the famous Teddington TV Studios and Pinewood Studios, and the Teddington lock. For dinner we wandered past the studios and down to the Thames and into Tide End Pub for dinner. Thursday 28th June Another fine day dawns and with it the decision to walk the Hampton Court Park and Gardens. We then decided we should visit the actual palace itself also. Wow, what a day! We walked through across ...

      My Weekend Away in Kingston

      A travel blog entry by wheretonext1988 on Jan 28, 2014

      ... great experience.

      After the show, we caught the underground to a station near Kats place in Norbiton. The underground as London was I found, was overwhelming. We didn’t end up getting back to Kats place until almost midnight. However, the day was a lovely experience.

      Sunday saw a very relaxing day of getting up late and having a very relaxed walk around the Kingston shopping centre.

      On Monday, I returned to Lymington.

      Catching up with Family

      A travel blog entry by allangraham on Aug 17, 2013

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      ... a soft red glow back lighting the buildings in the city. We had to stop just to have a look for a few moments. Looking west was a bit darker but it showed the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye in shadow. The cycle from there to Euston was pretty uneventful as it was almost a straight run. As we had gone off our map it was done by dead reckoning and we got it just about right as we stopped to check where we were one intersection early and a look up showed ...


      A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Jul 10, 2013

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      Today we made our way to the beautiful and very quaint Pulborough, it's so nice being in the lovely peace and quiet of the countryside. The history here is incredible (as is all of England!), but just in our backyard there is a 500 year old Elizabethan wall! After Malcolm dropped us off this afternoon we went for a walk with Roger (Graham's second eldest brother) Carol (his wife) and Ben (their friendly King Charles terrier) along the ...