Hare and Hounds Hotel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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... have guessed that from the accent." We chatted the whole way to the castle. He is a retired civil engineer who now works as a cabbie part time, and he was able to tell me the history of the area and the Carnarvon family. Here are some fun facts I learned from Bob on our drive to the castle:
1) The 5th Earl of Carnarvon discovered King Tut's tomb. King Tut's mummy stays in the Highclere basement when it is not on display in various museums (it was ...
... their rugby around here, it reminds me of football back home. We decided to experience the nightlife in Newbury. That was weird. There were a lot of students, like my age, but at the same time people who were like 30-40s. No joke. It was the weirdest thing I have seen out. Why on earth would some 30 year old want to go to bars, clubs, and pubs with a bunch of loud and obnoxious college students? I just don't understand. It was just ...
... pain to my kitty, I said sure so we put her back in her cage and the vet took her into the back part of the surgery and we went out to the waiting room to - well, wait! Ten minutes later, we hadn't heard anything when the door opens the the vet steps out and says, "We can't get her out of the cage!". so I had to go back in the room, dump her out of the cage again, and hold her while the vet checked her and gave her a shot. So much for ...
... it warmed up during the day. Well, at 9am this morning it was already 23 degrees! I am going to have to buy some more clothes as I packed for the climate I was expecting not the one I left behind. It was lovely to see David here when I came downstairs. He had come back from Australia via KL and was looking rather sleepy but it was nothing that a shower didn't fix. Jo and I did a quick wonder inn to the Village where I posted a couple of post cards and she dropped off some dry ...
... and parts available. Of course, the Star Wars exhibit was a wonder with multiple scenes from all the Star Wars movies in miniature and hobbit sized Lego versions of important characters from the "original" trilogy.
Joe and I liked Loki's Labyrinth and watching Bryn drive at the "L Driver School." There was one for 8 to 14 year olds and one for 3 to 5 year olds. Bryn was very excited, and we talked ...