Lord Bute Hotel

Address: Lymington Road, Christchurch, Dorset, England, BH23 4JS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lymington Road, Christchurch, is near Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, Christchurch Priory Church, Highcliffe Castle, and Chewton Glen Spa.
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And back home again

A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 11, 2015

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Had a very lazy last morning leaving the site around 11.30am in search of fuel, luckily the local supermarket down the road had plenty ;-). Ooooo there's an Argos let's take the stupid, non working dash cam back, ummmmmm receipt? Nope, still they sent Andy an e receipt, oops they had sent a receipt for a travel adaptor at £6.99!!!!!!! A few expletives later, I explained to the nice lady ...

Our trip to Durham.

A travel blog entry by ladynewbury on Aug 09, 2015

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... a tea and we shared a panini, in the Costa. £10.27! Back home that would have been about £7.65, quite a difference. I used my iPhone as a personal hotspot in the car, so I could check and send emails...I love the technology. We passed a power station which doesn't look like it's used any more...I hope not, it's a dirty looking thing! About 4pm we called in to see Pat. It's so lovely to see her, and she was pleasantly surprised because she wasn't ...

Christchurch Priory, fudge, playing

A travel blog entry by lisaraewyn on Aug 05, 2014

... br> There are 12 bells plus a flat so a full peal can be achieved.
The views from the tower are lovely. The top of the church and gardens plus the
We can see ruins of the constable's house, he would have been a very important figure in the town. A garrison was purposely demolished in WWII to prevent anyone using it
The monks area is now a car park

We can see the two rivers and the point where they ...

Setting off

A travel blog entry by theandrewfamily on Apr 07, 2013

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... HUGE!! Once on board, we had a good look around, got lost several times, ate far too much and did our safety drill. Will's best bit: the roast beef and yorkshire puds Beth: the food Jonathan: the food Jenny: the chocolate orange pudding Hmmm... do you spot a theme ...

Beach, Brass, Old and New

A travel blog entry by maggik on Sep 18, 2012

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... south but these resorts are really a bit naff! Lots of aging hotels whose heyday was probably at least 50 years ago. It is a strange idea of entertainment - but each to his own! Piers with "amusement" arcades (pokies etc), sea fronts littered with shops selling buckets and spades and other kitch etc etc. All very English! Our highlight was to find that Boscombe Pier was designated "Pier of the Year' in 2010 but it has absolutely nothing on it and we decided that ...