Ford Abbey

Pudleston, Herefordshire, England, HR6 ORZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Pudleston

My Best Addiction

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk

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... haven't had internet at my flat for the past two weeks already if not more. I check tickets for the train and they have gone up BUT I have received a message from a host, so now I have a dilemma. No time to think, it begins to look dicey where I am standing and all the cabs have now moved on, and so shall I are my thoughts. Still not finished with my booking, I head to another bar, closed of course, near my place. Roughly 45 min later and after the day now passed by, I end ...

Day 10 - 4 To Go!

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

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... by about 2.30. Then the cycling started, no one was interested in setting the early pace, then the leisurely lunch, further delayed by the rain and photo opportunities all meant that we finally arrived about 2 hours later than we had targeted. Tomorrow we will tell everyone there is a 100 miles to do with lots of hills........... James : It's not often you come across a world famous Pork Pie Shop. It doesn't help when you come across said pork pie shop early in ...

Flattest but longest day!

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

1

... was no hills. The last highlight of the day was arriving in Ironbridge and deciding to visit the world famous bridge. We decided that it was the perfect location for the latest team photo and so we asked two walkers to do the honour for us. Having handed over the various cameras we all struck our poses, James won that particular competition. Banter followed with Charles obviously concerned about his camera running out ...

Morgans & Malverns

A travel blog entry by fourherrings

19

... individual areas of production & stand to watch a man tapping out metal with a hammer, another cutting the bonnet edge to fit or assembling the chassis. This is the last British owned car - sad that MG, Rover, Jaguar etc are all foreign now & I expect it's the only car in the world that you can have completely made to your own specifications - right down to the thousands of colour choices ...

Hawne Basin to Brindley Place and back

A travel blog entry by jamesandhazel

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... where we could let Hugo off. There were no roads – just towpaths and bridges.

We asked in the Sealife Centre about tourist information and they directed us to the new Library of Birmingham, just recently opened. We walked through ICC to get there and enjoyed going up in the lifts to the roof gardens.

We went to the café and discovered that all the prices ended in 9p, 19p, 29p etc. So a hot chocolate was £2.09. They must think we are idiots if they ...

Location

This hotel, located in Pudleston, is near Berrington Hall and The Black and White Village Trail.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ford Abbey Pudleston

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding