Half Moon Inn

Address: Half Moon Street , Sherborne, Dorset, England, 01935 8120, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Half Moon Street , Sherborne, is near Sherborne Abbey, Sherborne Castle, and Sherborne Old Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Sherborne

Cardiff to Dorset

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 07, 2015

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... was really good. We all enjoyed the adventure. Keely had to carefully extract a glowing crystal from a Dalek before it came back to life. Later the kids had to jump on a floor panel to open the door to another chamber, We were expecting something to jump out at us in the cold forest of weeping angels but made it safely.
Finally at the end of the experience was the exhibition hall with lots of Dr Who memorabilia including two Tardis ...

In limbo

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Dec 27, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... within a day or two I would be sailing off to warmer places. Now I have no idea when I will be leaving and psychologically I feel at a loose end which is stupid because this is a lovely site and situated in a lovely area just behind Chesil Beach and a stretch of water called the Fleet. In fact for those of you who are literature buffs I am staying about 1/4 mile from Moonfleet. Chesil beach is a shingle spit over 10 miles long with a sheltered ...

Uncomfortable, lose control as day turned on head

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 06, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... has been booked. The only bad news is he thinks it goes in 10 minutes, not giving me enough time for a pint and a pie and chips which would help improve my mood no end.




Whilst waiting for the bus, I walk in the stream alongside it, fully immersing my shoes to gradually begin to remove some of the mud caked on the outside. Heaven knows it won’t do much for removing the mud on the inside, but that’s for another time. The bus duly arrives and the ...

Wells and cousin Marilyn

A travel blog entry by afletcher990 on Jul 27, 2013

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... the week, but this was the first time, we had ventured into the cathedral. Then we set off down to Corfe Mullen. The journey was interrupted by a closed road. There was no diversion listed and every other road had a sign on it saying, "Not suitable for diverted traffic." We eventually took one of those and end up on a muddy farm track with room for only one car. Fortunately ...

The blustery day

A travel blog entry by iaineast on Jun 22, 2013

... buy some sandwiches. They took so long, it was unbelievable but we finally got them and continued along the path steadily climbing and stopped to eat our sandwiches at a point on the path where it passed through some low bushes that provided protection from the wind. After lunch, it was back to the unsheltered cliff top and the walk became something of a roller coaster. ...