Combe Grove Manor Hotel

Address: Brassknocker Hill, Monkton Combe, Somerset, England, BA2 7HS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Brassknocker Hill, Monkton Combe, is near Bath Abbey, Prior Park Landscape Gardens (NT), Entry Hill Golf Course, and Bath City Church.
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    A travel blog entry by betger on Jun 11, 2015

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    A lovely summer day today so we decided to make the most of it. We drove to Bibury via Cirencester and parked near the church. This church has been in use for over a thousand years, the grounds are beautifully kept with lovely roses lining the path. Inside it is very simple but an unusual design, the altar cloth is very impressive. From here we walked back to the town, the river is the border between Bibury and Arlington. We went ...


    A travel blog entry by betger on Jun 10, 2015

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    Today we went into Bath and although we had been here several times before it was still a pleasure to look around. We drove to the park and ride as usual which is very handy and then walked down to the shopping centre. Didn't buy much but had a nice lunch. There were several buskers and this statue figure had us baffled for a while. It was very cold today compared to our time ...

    A plan 8 years old

    A travel blog entry by annie.jon on Jun 09, 2015

    ... level-headedness and maturity. Knowing now how much planning has gone into our year long trip... I would have told my 18 year old self to have a reality check!

    What I really needed at that age was to embrace what was right here, in this wonderful country. Eventually I did just that. I went to Uni, got a first class degree, moved to London on my own with nowhere to live and no job, eventually got my first ...

    Bath: the final bells and balls

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 30, 2014

    5 comments, 18 photos

    ... However, while I was there, there were some restorers working on the building, repairing the roof with copper sheeting. They are doing their best, but are hoping for donations. Despite these comments, it really was a magnificent piece of work built to inspire people and encourage their faith. It has grown over the years and so a date is hard to pin down. Some parts are very old, while the square spire was built in the nineteenth century. It seems there has been a monastery there ...

    The Benefits of Baths

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 15, 2013

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    ... themed dinner, which consisted of "scampi" (fried shrimp), chips, and corn on the cob. It occurred to me that this is actually a very un-pirate dinner. How could pirates fry shrimp on their boats? Wouldn't they grill the shrimp? Actually, wouldn't they catch fish rather than shrimp? Seems easier. And bread would have to be involved somewhere, because I very much doubt the pirates carried chips and corn on board with them. And the lemon sherbert pops we got ...