Headley Park Hotel

Address: Picketts Hill, Sleaford, Hampshire, South East England, England, GU35 8TE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Picketts Hill, Sleaford, is near Alice Holt Forest and The Pilgrim's Way.
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    Intro to;A Mission From Bolly

    A travel blog entry by rad91 on Mar 02, 2015


    A year ago if you had told me that both my Granny and my Best Best friend would be dead within 6 months of each over I would tell you to jog on! But life being a massive ******* here we are! When something like this happens your left with 3 options Do you carry on with life, one day blurring in to another. Clear back of to Kenya to try live old glories and regain happiness for a while Or do you say **** it and do something you have always wanted to ...

    Visiting Paddy and Mike in Norfolk

    A travel blog entry by helenbond1953 on Jan 09, 2015

    5 comments, 16 photos

    ... enough to help me stuff the Turkey and carry it to the oven and I managed to do all the other Christmas food - Parmesan coated parsnips, potatoes baked in goose fat, Brussels, cauliflower cheese, bread sauce and cranberry sauce, a flamed plum pudding and even Betty's ( my mum's) trifle - what a feast! Unfortunately there are no photos as Paddy was too ill to make it, Mike was still suffering but made a gallant effort, Eugene was holding himself up at the table but thank goodness ...

    Sidney wins!

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Nov 23, 2014

    4 photos

    ... eeeer ..... spot the difference between normal check and fast bag drop.....in my opinion none!!!.....except you do all the admin for them.....clever stuff!! An early repast! The large but well appointed Vivre restaurant beckons. Staffed by over trained waiters from the sub-continent eager to sell extra side orders and fizzy water. Cathy opts for Hounslow "tap". I am concerned my request for a medium rare burger had fallen on deaf ...

    Around the World in One Museum

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... we walk the streets on our way. The boys chase the pigeons, squealing as they take flight. We linger over craft beers and burgers, soaking in our last day in London. The downstairs is empty save for us, and the Victorian style leather chairs are comfortable and relaxing.

    After lunch it's off to Trafalgar Square. The Nelson monument is enormous, and dominates the area. It's larger than any street sculpture in D.C. The boys climb on one of the four lions that flank ...


    A travel blog entry by barblucas on Jun 28, 2014

    1 photo

    Today we went to stonehenge stonehenge is a circle. With big tall rocks in the middle. It looks really cool from up close. Stonehenge was built in the year 2500BC. But nobody knows how the people who built them got them to stand upright me and peter tried pulling a rope attached to a rock. There were signs that said how much more men you would need. Me and peter made one man out of ...