The Hickstead

Address: Jobs Lane, Hickstead, West Sussex, England, RH17 5NZ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Jobs Lane, Hickstead, is near Ditchling Beacon, Borde Hill Garden, The Treatment Rooms, and Washbrooks Family Farm.
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      Going home

      A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Jan 09, 2015


      ... fixed and the Sat Nav mended. Unfortunately the only caravan site on the Isle was fully booked so in the end I found a tiny site in a field in the village of Chidingly near where my motorhome man works. Whilst Chidingly is not far from Seaford, I don't think I have ever been there so it was nice to explore. Unfortunately I arrived there after several fairly heavy downpours and the fields and roads were flooded and dog walking would have been better conducted from a canoe than ...

      So it begins...

      A travel blog entry by travellerbenj on Jan 05, 2015


      ... absolutely nothing, but people around where losin themselves and like crying laughing, it was seriously funny. We did sit there for 5 hours trying to emotionally explode and meditate thou Also the dogs here are so vocal here and really bark out into the night. So Suges' Central American roots makes even more sense, Annnyywaayys for the meantime I'm gonna have to go cos wer on our way to ChiChicatenango for market day , but I love ya all dearly, keepintouch, ...

      Hampton Court Bridge to Staines

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... cards - now expert users of the cashless London bus system...pity it's the last London bus on our route as these buses are frequent and at £1.45 flat rate they are excellent value for money. After almost an hour on the bus we arrive at the entrance to Hampton Court and beside it, Hampton Court Bridge. This bridge was built in 1930 but it had a couple of more interesting predecessors. The first, built in 1753 was a humped back design with turrets resembling ...

      Our travels

      A travel blog entry by irenedelany on Aug 30, 2014

      1 comment

      ... game although they have the big five! The Lapis vultures were circling a little way away from the viewing deck here at the lodge, Wessels and Lisa's treat, from which we have had lovely close sightings of beautiful kudu, Ellie's, plenty hippo, brown hyena and especially wild dog. We saw two adult dogs actually bite a huge croc's tail twice to get it out of their way as they proceeded to the water to drink before rushing off to their lair where they apparently ...

      London Day 2

      A travel blog entry by winkie on Mar 25, 2014

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      ... from the crowns but there are pictures of what they look like, and they are stunning. although they would be quite heave to ware. From here I got back on the bus and headed to Victoria Station. Getting off here I walked to Sloane Square. walking up Slone st then hooking a left and walked past the Ecuador embassy, I didn't see Julian Assange. Right across from here is Harrods. WOW how amazing. It is huge, I have ...