Garden House Hotel

Address: 42 High Street, St. Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire, England, PE9 2LP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 42 High Street, St. Martins, Stamford, is near Burghley House.
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    Travel Blogs from Stamford

    What a difference a pub makes 2.

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Aug 10, 2015

    ... for main. Surprise, no desserts! We are in Gloucestershire (I think, at least I walked through it today. Who knows where a shire starts or finishes?) so local dishes have a bit of a head start.
    For the first time in days we haven't spent like a Greek government finance minister. No taxi fares, no theatre, really no anything except food and drink. I walk with a packet of 'hobnobs' and a packet ...

    The American Dream

    A travel blog entry by beardedwanderer on Aug 10, 2015

    ... baseball’s national anthem “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” with gusto. I love it, and Jen did too. Sure it helped that it was a sunny day and the home team won, but a trip to the States feels incomplete without taking in a game. Our time in San Francisco was amazing enough to crown the end of any adventure, but there was a special reason why we had chosen it as our final destination, there was a wedding. Our friends Jennie & Dixon were getting married ...

    Day 10. Burghley House and Geddington

    A travel blog entry by riverotter on Jun 15, 2015

    24 photos

    ... part of the east of England. King Edward I had the crosses erected between 1291 and 1294 in memory of his wife Eleanor of Castile, marking the nightly resting-places along the route taken when her body was transported to London. Several artists worked on the crosses, as the "Expense Rolls" of the Crown show, with some of the work being divided between the main figures, sent from London, and the framework, made locally. "Alexander of Abingdon" and "William of Ireland", both of ...

    Tall in Peru

    A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 21, 2014

    27 photos

    ... people and dogs in the way. When walking around you get beeped at by approximately 3/10 men in cars. When running, you get beeped at by pretty much every man in a car; some of them slow down and stare, some of them clap and shout "bravo". I only saw two other people running the whole time I was there, both men. One of them looked at me (I too was running) with what I like to think of as respect. During one run I came across a group of men drinking at the end ...

    The Local Tour (Day 2)

    A travel blog entry by a_warner on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... squadrons that used an airstrip in a nearby field. On the memorial was inscribed "The first and last bombs dropped by the 8th Air Force were from airplanes flying from Grafton Underwood." What a piece of American WWIi history!

    We stopped quickly in ***********e on our way back to Rothwell to observe the Eleanor Cross. This monument is one of twelve that were built by King Edward I to mark the place where the body of his wife, Eleanor of Castile, rested on its way from ...