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

    Map-less in London

    A travel blog entry by wandergirl21 on Nov 23, 2014

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    ... buses everywhere! I eventually found St. Paul's Cathedral, which by the time I had walked to the entrance was ringing its bells. I went inside to look around, it was absolutely stunning! The architecture, and art was amazing. Unfortunately I have no photos, not that they would do any justice anyway. By this point I had been wandering around for hours without actually knowing where I was going. I had been tempted to purchase a map at one ...

    Kingston-upon-Thames and Hampton Court Palace

    A travel blog entry by isabeln on Sep 07, 2014

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    We went on a red bus into Kingston, then we walked through the shops. It was very different to our shops at home, there were lots of connected buildings and they looked like one long building. There was wood, concrete and lots of different stuff to make the homes. We went to a dock and waited fork a bit until a boat arrived. Unfortunately, we got there early so,we had to wait a long time. I went with Dad and Alexander on the ...

    A Magical Family History Tour

    A travel blog entry by barbeisele on Jul 20, 2014

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    In 1300 AD, the inhabitants of Putney constructed a church on the banks of the River Thames. St. Mary's Church has withstood two fires and wars, only to be repaired and restored. In the mid 1600's, the Putney Debates, one of the first discussions of the attributes of democracy, took place at the church. Fast forward to the twentieth century: James Mitchell raised his family of six daughters at 52 Lacy Road, near the place of his ...

    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.
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    Say goodbye to Shakespeare

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... of it. It’s painted kind of ‘lifelike’ colours and would have been like that when first made but unfortunately at some stage a bright person decided it would be better white and painted it – elegant, like marble I suppose. Now the white has been stripped off but with the passage of time the restorers can only guess at the original tones. Shakespeare’s family is buried with him right across in front of the ...