Milford Hall Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Milford Hall Hotel Salisbury
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... off so lovely....my Cheney colleagues and friends, my fabulous OSP netball girls, my school/NUAS/Uni/Newcastle friends old and new from all corners of the UK, and my amazing family who have allowed me to use my adventure as a great excuse to get us all together. I appreciate your hugs, cards, gifts and words of encouragement so much! Lots of love and thank you to you all xxxx
... roadway and all the cars slow down as they rubberneck looking at the site. It was very interesting listening to the audio as we walked around the site and once again we find it hard to believe we are actually here, standing only meters away from this prehistoric monument. Stuart and myself decided this is one of the coolest places that we have had a picnic lunch. ...
... Mary Rose museum (to be highly recommended). Returning via the Victory (Nelsons Ship) we try to recreate a photo Chris & I has taken some 55 years ago when our parents took us to see the Victory...Just got to find the original to see how close we were!
Another highlight, little Oli, our 4 year old grand nephew, what a delightful ...
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... the next two nights, we had a bothy a couple of miles past Eton in the small village of Dorney. This cottage was tres cute and a welcome opportunity to wash and dry clothes. The children loved the small dog we called Albert and the fat pig on this historic farm. Alan and I enjoyed exploring the river paths - even if he had to go at night and I had to go in the early hours of the morning. It turns out that the first pineapples in England ...