Maesmawr Hall Hotel
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- Free parking
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... to the top left along the banks of the river. There was plenty of activity with joggers, cyclists and 4 man and. 8 man boats from the local boat club sculling up and down . The weather had been really kind to us, and with no wind the temperature was really warm as the sun set. We had a light sandwich. ( after our large lunch) for evening meal (great salad garnish ! ) in a local pub before retiring back to our posh drapers hall boutique ...
... a train. A big farm tractor was pulling a single coach which could seat several dozen passengers, four abreast.
It was a slow ride up a steep hill and through a beautiful forest. And then we slowly rode down another steep hill back to the station.
It wasn't a guided tour or anything like that. The tractor driver simply drove, and we simply enjoyed looking at the trees. Occasionally we passed someone who had hiked up on foot from ...
... to Preston, turning down the M6 for a short way the turning off we headed across country via Chester, into Wales via Wrexham, Oswestry and finally arrived three hours later at Shrewsbury. With the roof down on the BMW and a sunny 22 degrees it was a great journey. Our hotel for the two nights is a 16 th century inn with only 4 boutique rooms. We are staying in the lime suite !!! With old oak beams and rickety staircases which squeak ...
Saturday morning, I'm up early and longing to walk along the beach. The town is quiet, not even the fishermen are up yet and the estuary is calm at high tide. The teenagers have long gone from the jetty where last night they waited their turn to leap into the cold seawater below and for now the lobster pots are ...
... of stuffed birds from all over the world in cases...there was a kookaburra, bustard, kingfisher, curlews as well as hawks, eagles, right down to tiny birds and chicks. ..very old worldy. We all gathered together at the Dyffryn, for a final delicious dinner together before we leave tomorrow. It was good to see everyone and be able to say goodbye and thank them for helping to make our holiday in Wales so ...