Hotel TerraVina

Address: 174 Woodlands Road, New Forest, Hampshire, England, SO40 7GL , United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 174 Woodlands Road, New Forest, is near Paultons Park, New Forest, Beaulieu, and Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway.
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      Uneventful trip.

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Feb 12, 2015

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... winter
      trip, and we had a great time, although I think we were a bit unlucky to catch a spell of not such good weather. We have learnt a lot, like the areas which we like best and which places are likely to get consistently dry warm weather. We tried lots of different campsites and now have an idea which sort best suit our needs.
      We enjoyed our month away and will probably do it again next year, bur most likely for a bit longer...... !

      Roadtown Tortola BVI

      A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jan 29, 2015

      3 photos

      Another day another island, and beautiful weather yet again as we come in towards Tortola. The good news is that we are the only ship in Roadtown, the bad news is that the new jetty and cruise dock is not yet completed so we are tendering. And for the first time there are complaints! we are not on tour so we decide to wait a while for most people to be off, tendering starts about 8.30 am so at about 10 am we head for the ...

      Reasons for writing a travel blog

      A travel blog entry by lharbert on Oct 19, 2013

      ... important (it's essential that people know exactly what you had for dinner right now. How else will they sleep easy at night?!). As an outlet for your inner comedian. As an outlet for your inner philosopher. As an outlet for your inner drama queen. To post those inspirational quotes you hear along the way (surely they're justification enough that it's ok that you're being a backpacking bum for a bit: ...

      Ponies, Castle ruins and Cliffs

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on Oct 07, 2013

      20 photos

      ... castle once acquired by William the Conquerer! It was a wonderful ruin incredibly expansive and tall with a viewpoint from every part of the hill. The boys would have so loved it when they were little - nearby you could even hear an old steam train operating between the villages. Personally think it was better than those we saw in Tintagel.

      The next place Sean had identified were some cliffs ...

      A Day in Winchester

      A travel blog entry by fitchett on Jun 03, 2013

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... comparatively recent, is a focus at the end of High Street.

      We were back at our hotel, the Wykeham Arms just before 1.00pm and met Peter and Joan Barnard, relatives of David's, for a delicious lunch. This hotel has won awards for its food so they knew what they were doing. Marion stuck with shepherd’s pie and David had an entrée of trout and then calves’ liver for his main. The four of us had lots to ...