Church Hill Farm B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one of the Eagles swooped down and grabbed it. As well as Eagles there was also a owl. The owl still had it baby feathers but we pas just starting to get his adults ones. After our great adventure at the castle we went to a tea caffe to have afternoon tea. The tea room was just out side the back entrance. I had a hot chocolate (that had lots of marshmallows) and a jam scone. It was so ...
... in learning local custom, Dave and Matt tell me about Trap 6. A trap six is when you drop into the local bookmaker's store, yes a bookie, and put money down on the next dog race, wherever in the country it is, and pick the number six dog...trap six. Matt puts £20.00 on trap six. Within two minutes we had won with trap six coming in first at 5 to one...£100 pounds to the plus. Dave won £15.00 on roulette and I won £2.50. Winner, winner, chicken ...
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... interesting to see and hear things relating to both the man and his time. For me at least possibly the most intriguing thing we learnt was all this information about the origins words with “board” in it…. I can’t repeat it ALL here because it really is so extensive but a basic re-cap is that is started as they used to have tables with removable tops (boards) that were used by visitors to eat from and then sleep on…. Hence room and board, ...
... manicured gardens and picturesque black and white buildings which offers a nice selection of restaurants and tearooms.
I accessed the Castle from the Gate located just a stone thrown away from the High St through delightful back gardens in bloom and discovered the delightful Thomas Oken Tearoom, an old black & white building which serves a delicious blend of teas and homemade cakes in a tea set which would not be out of place in a novel of Lewis Caroll. A must ...