Mercure Farnham Bush Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Mercure Farnham Bush Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Farnham Bush Hotel
Travel Blogs from Farnham
It rained cats and dogs all the way from Folkestone to London. After arriving we unloaded the car, handed back the car keys and made ourselves at home in Kevin and Frances's very nice apartment. Kevin suggested as it was Guy Fawkes Night we should go to Brockwell Park to watch the fireworks. Later that afternoon Susie (Kevin & Frances daughter) arrived to join us. Luckily the rain had stopped and ...
... enjoyed a coffee. We purchased a hard crumbly Sussex cheese, garlic and chilli olives and some mushroom pâté to bring home. After a lot of consideration we chose salty beef on Brick Lane Bagels, Wendy and Di with pickles and mustard and Doug with salad. We sat on the garden walls of Southwark Cathedral to eat accompanied by intermittent organ music floating from the cathedral. We then strolled along ...
... we were still in the greater London area and the place was dead busy made it a bit trying.We were trying to find and stay on the Cycle ways that we marked up on our maps but it was a bit difficult at times looking in about four different directions while keeping an eye on the build up of cars behind, it meant that there was a bit of retracing steps and also frequent map check stops.
The OS Maps are great, they give lots of detail ...
... 1 winner. The only favourite to win in the whole week was the Queen's horse earlier on. I thought it may raise suspicion but no. The prestige of the place as we walked into the silver ring (sounds proper and important but it wasn't really) and past the grand course and main areas was unreal with everything breathing royalty. Their were many men in top hats and tales it was so exciting to see! Before the day began Her Majesty made her way up the straight and ...
It's has been a while since the last time I traveled out of the country ( the last time was with Leslie Ross to New Zealand) and every time I board an airplane for a new destination (the airline pre chosen for me by the 3rd party online booking site) it's either a really good flight or one that I am praying the old man next to me stops snoring and turns off his reading light or hoping the child in the row ahead of me can stay asleep and not cry for the entire 10+ ...