Innkeeper's Lodge Redhill / Gatwick

Address: Redstone Hill, Redhill, Redhill, Surrey, England, RH1 4BL , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Redstone Hill, Redhill, Redhill, is near Fanny's Farm Shop, Epsom Downs Racecource, Walton Heath Golf Club, and Aqua Sports Company.
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      Travel Blogs from Redhill

      A day on the Heath

      A travel blog entry by carbonf on Dec 12, 2014

      37 photos

      ... rare affair) On path on the way home took us over London Bridge and the monument which are still quite imposing structures when you bump into them. This can hurt , take care not to do this frequently. The next day we set off to Camden Town tour with a local named Mike. Fortunately for us we were the only takers for the tour so we had Mike as a private guide for the day. Mike is a part of a tour guide company called Unseen Tours, which means that locals who have been through ...

      Changing of guards, British museum, Covent garden

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Nov 17, 2014

      38 photos

      ... ground level, then lower level. But each level has several floors. Also, each floor has a wildly different layout. SO, a tour guide could help. There are many free tours. One general tour is held around 2pm and meets at the Holborn station (use google for details). Then the museum itself offers a topical tour throughout the day. I decided to wander around at first, then found it to be terribly inefficient, so I studied the map. The thing is, I've been to the ...

      London day 2

      A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 15, 2014

      6 comments, 10 photos

      ... of and there were loads of it there. They even had 400 year old wooden horses used to model the equine armour. The Fading One had covered more in the day than she had wanted so we waited for a ferry cruise to see the Thames and to take us closer to our hotel. It had started to lightly rain so the roof had to be closed. Guess whose seats were left in the rain when it didn't fully close. That's right the Blonde Hair's seat. Out came ...

      London day 3

      A travel blog entry by buttonb on Sep 14, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... to eat and yes there was a mcdonalds lines everywhere after lunch off to a River Thames cruise really nice because I fell asleep off and on get a couple pictures then doze then repeat. Get back to finding a bus stop was not a short walk found a tube and decided to take it but had to change trains. The reason for bus divirson it was tour de Britain every road was blocked those riders ...

      Out n About in Islington

      A travel blog entry by gorte on Aug 07, 2014

      8 photos

      ... side of street. Notable shops can be found as you stroll the street, along with a medley of small boutiques and interesting restaurants. Mixed within this are the quirky stores, from bargain bookstores to nostalgic candy stores and antique themed toy stores, Upper St has a certain charm. The boutiques were fun to pop into because they carried such different clothing than what I normally see in London. The restuarants made ...