Manor House Hotel

Address: Manor Road, Studland Bay, Dorset, England, BH19 3AU, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Manor Road, Studland Bay, is near Corfe Castle, Brownsea Island, Poole Harbour, and Durlston Country Park.
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Travel Blogs from Studland Bay

And back home again

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

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... what had happened, she in turn phoned Canterbury and they confirmed that said ****** dash cam had been purchased from them, we left the store clutching yet another gift receipt, hmmmmm what can I buy ;-). Anyway on the road by 12 ish stopping for lunch and arrived home by 4pm. I had to pop into town to pick up a few things so left Andy to unpack the van :-) . 5 loads of washing later, let's ...

Back

A travel blog entry by wellsfamily on Aug 08, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

Had a good flight, good landing, fast through passport control, luggage arrived quickly, met with car by Emma's parents, got down to Southampton quickly in time for 9am ferry - it's Cowes week so ferries are very busy - told to wait until 11am! No joy in persuading otherwise. Oh the joy of living on on Island - western Kenya to Southampton no delays - Southampton to Isle of Wight....... Anyway eventually they must have taken pity on us and we got on 10am - thank you Red Funnel! Happy ...

Moving on - going in circles

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Aug 05, 2015

1 comment

... Abbas would be our lunch stop. When we got there we discovered it was famous for the Giant, a huge naked man, about 55 metres high and 51 metres wide carved into the white chalk rock. Unfortunately erosion has meant that visitors are kept well away and the best view is from a lay-by along the main road. We had a look around the Benedictine Abbey, founded in AD987, but then surrendered to Henry VIII in 1539 and largely destroyed but the original Abbot's ...

Small Commute, Small Town

A travel blog entry by travelindan on May 21, 2014

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... The pockets were more of a small tunnel making it much harder to play. The only ball that was numbered was the 8 ball, and the rest were divided into yellow and red. This seems to be the way they all are in the UK. As well, it was interesting to see that the taps were pump taps and not CO2 operated. After about three pumps of the tap the glass would be full and not as crisp tasting as you would expect but still refreshing. After two of those strong beers, who gives a **** anyhow ...

A Seaside Stroll and Tea for Six

A travel blog entry by odlozinski on Apr 24, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... so the allied forces would practice their beach landings at this location in preparation for D-day. Occasionally these preparations would be watched by key figures such as King George, Montgomery, Eisenhower and Churchill (apparently Churchill helped to lay a few bricks when the bunker was being built). Most of the bunker was built by Canadians and they dubbed in Fort Henry in honour of the fort back ...