Heartland Hotel Cotswold
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... effectively for the future has taken time. Our hotel was only built in the 1990s, and fortunately only required repairs before reopening 18 months ago, but there are still buildings covered in scaffolding, awaiting news of their fate, and a huge number of rubble covered lots where buildings have been demolished ... a city with far more parking than it knows what to do with! A vibrant street ...
... there is good news as from the Beruit looking landscape there are new and I'm sure wonderful buildings being constructed. So moving on to a more lighter note. Our Hotel 115 is very nice and we enquires about eating out and were recommended to the nearby Japanese Restaurant which uses original recipes. This was most certainly our best meal out trying lots of unusual things from Tempura Sushi rolls to Miso Soup. Highlights of the day: ...
Feeling a bit brighter today, had a massive clean up in the sheds, took loads to the Salvation Army. The house sign has gone up at the front of the house first open day on Saturday. Thanks to doug and phil and Gaye and wim for their hard work. Also did ...
... 2 million of them!) from industrial knitting machine patterning discs and then painted with enamel (they really know how to have a good time in NZ). It had taken the chap and his daughter 35 years to complete. Apparently his daughter (not William the Conqueror's) had finally said enough is enough and that the metallic creation was complete. He then took up knitting and hanging up in the shop is the biggest jersey I have ever seen. The Bayeux tapestry replica is ...
... On Tuesday 22 February 2011 at 12.51 p.m. Christchurch was badly damaged by a magnitude 6.3 earthquake, which killed 185 people and injured several thousand. The earthquake epicentre was near Lyttelton, just 10 kilometres south-east of Christchurch’s central business district. The earthquake occurred more than five months after the 4 September 2010 earthquake, but is considered to be an aftershock ...