Lydiard House Conference Centre
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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... as I can still taste it on the evening air.
I wonder how the nearby residents feel to suddenly have a view - up the hill or down, or across to the even older Victorian college building which still stands. Of course the land will be built on again, but in the meantime we enjoy the space, light and views. ...
... an hour at Morrisons to stock up for a fairly shopless stretch ahead. We got the last loaf of their excellent Spelt and Rye bread. We then headed out of town to bridge 170 where Peter Atwill had also stopped with Gospel Belle. Here there is piling, a pleasant view and the M40 is just far enough away.
We had invited Peter for a meal so he came on board and brought some freshly baked on board muffins, some rice and a salad. Who’s meant to be feeding who? ...
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Once we had our fill of great tastes we headed down the cute little city centre ...