Hare and Hounds Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHare and Hounds Hotel Newbury
Friendly staff, nice atmosphere, cozy clean room. We found the pub and restaurant to be very good value.
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First we must describe our departure from Oxford. The rental agency gave us a new diesel VW, which was quite nice, but upon leaving and getting into traffic realised the power plug for the gps wasn't working and definitely was needed. Had to navigate the narrow streets, (detours because of the town fair) 1/2 hr. later returned and switched cars - …
... work to paintings and photos of kings and queens from days gone past to current times the history is somewhat overwhelming. Even recent photos of Princess Diana at the Dukes recent wedding were to be found tucked away on a side board.
The Duchess Carnarvon gave a welcome and a short history of the castle through the ages. Following the tour ...
... It was an experience in itself to be in this old and famous theater and watch not only the play but the British around us. Even though it started at 2:30 pm, apparently it is not a strange thing to go to the cafe during the Interludes and get a nice glass of red or white wine or enjoy a cup of ice cream. What a great and pleasant way of spending an afternoon. Paul and I are very sorry not to stay here longer as the program showed a lot of upcoming plays ...
... He's keeping me updated on the Arrows. They are really good this year. It's hard to keep updated on the sports going on back home because I don't have friends in high school anymore and I don't have a lot of time to go searching for the scores on the internet. Plus, I sometimes forget that high school plays football on Fridays. Silly me. Mom and dad dressed up the puppies for Halloween. They were so cute. Brody was a devil and ...
We headed out early this morning to catch the 11:49 train from Waterloo to Reading, stopping at Egham to catch up with the Conneen family, good friends from our time in Tokyo.
Egham is beautiful in a distinctly English way, lots of open greens and beautiful houses with fancy names on the gate that sound like upscale little towns in the US. The Conneen house is a converted farmhouse that sits on about 2 acres and ...