Heckfield Place

Address: Heckfield Heath, Heckfield, Hampshire, England, RG27 0LD, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Heckfield Heath, Heckfield, is near Nirvana Spa, Wellington Country Park, The Anvil, and Galleon Marine.
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Travel Blogs from Heckfield

Inspiration and Motivation

A travel blog entry by lynnkonieczko on May 23, 2015

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18 years ago my lovely sister in law Sheila passed away from cancer very shortly after being diagnosed. It was my first encounter with this horrid disease! Sadly I have become far more familiar with its consequences as my brother, my aunt and a good friend all endured the side effects from chemotherapy and radiotherapy and had their lives changed forever by their battles with cancer.

Four years ago my mum was told she had ...

Our Oasis in London

A travel blog entry by ozvere on May 01, 2015

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... a generous and hospitable brother Ray and his wife Vicky living on the Thames near Kingston upon Thames. We are always made most welcome and have a room to ourselves for the duration where we can unpack and don't have to tidy up. We also have use of a fast Internet connection whereby we (well some of us!) can get our laptop Windows Updated, emails downloaded, Smartphones updated ...

Boys and their toys

A travel blog entry by aus_ambo_abroad on Feb 09, 2015

8 comments, 21 photos

... beginning at 0900 and we needed to make our way to the town of Acton where we are to find the London Underground Training Facility, a sleep in.... Not! We left the house at 07:00 and finally arrived at 08:40, just a lazy 1.5hrs on 3 trains to travel about 20kms.

The facility is an old tank factory built in the mid 1910's and converted into a train yard after the war in the early 50's, the style and brick work look just like out of an old book or History ...

Day Four - Two London Pass

A travel blog entry by guidos-blog on Dec 01, 2014

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... Royal Guards Museum which was outstanding. You weren't allowed to take piccies. Whilst our Defence Force is steeped in proud tradition, the history that the British forces have is mind blowing. They were showing off their fair share of Victoria Crosses which is always a privilege to see and read about. Then it was off to Westminster Abbey and refer to previous paragraph about the Poms not doing things by halves. Had ...

London - Day 4

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 22, 2014

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... are open to the public and contain vast collections of "stuff." The first room I walked into had porcelain collections. They have some really beautiful china, although some have not dated so well. One, which I think was called the rockingham collection, had lots of greenery, fruit and vegetables in the pattern. Think of those 70's crockery sets where the china was shaped and coloured to resemble the food. It was like that, very fine workmanship, but still bad ...