North Hill Farm

North Hill, Chorleywood, Hertfordshire, England, WD3 6HA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on North Hill, Chorleywood, is near Chiltern Open Air Museum, The Grove Golf Course, Sequoia at The Grove, and Amersham Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Chorleywood

    War, Boats & Royalty!

    A travel blog entry by maber23 on Aug 03, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... definition of a fountain is, but it sure isn't what I call a fountain. It was like a shallow (few inches) winding lazy river to dangle your feet & play in. Needless to say you will not find a pic here, and I continued on. At this point I'm thinking ok, I need a tube station. Half hour later I finally spit out of what I think was Hyde Park & into the shopping district that just hurt my wallet to look at. Harvey Nichols, Prada, and the Burberry (I think ...

    Day 30 London

    A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jul 12, 2014

    ... car for 2.00pm to go to the airport and in the meantime decide to walk into Kensington. Surprise, surprise the streets are full of people. It's a lovely day and the latte set are out in force with the outdoor areas of eateries packed to capacity. It is easy to see why this area of Kensington / Chelsea is so sought after. It has a great feel about it, the roads are wide and the restaurants and cafés are in plentiful supply. The cost of freehold accommodation ...

    Courtauld Museum, Tower of London and Les Mis

    A travel blog entry by robertsingleton on Jul 04, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... about wedding tackle and twigs and berries. By the time we met back up with Hannah, we all were very tired. We found a comfortable retreat at a Costas (Brit version of Starbucks) to refresh and regroup before taking a double decker bus to Trafalgar Square. The square was being setup as one of two Tour de France Fan Parks in the city, complete with Jumbo-tron, large random blue chicken and vendor buses. I will make it back here on Monday ...

    Queen's Birthday!

    A travel blog entry by tedferny on Jun 14, 2014

    10 photos

    Today we set off by cab for Trafalger Square. The cabbie was a vaguely angry *****ian who couldn't understand my accent. I increased the volume, and spoke very deliberately. This served merely to confuse him. After several attempts I gave up, and Jo showed him the address on her phone. Race relations took a backward step today. We found ourselves heading towards the Mall, along with many hundreds of other people. We had no idea it was the Queen's Birthday, and that there ...

    On the big red bus

    A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 06, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... bit more about the history of the bridges, finding out that London bridge (falling down rhyme) is not that real impressive one, that's called the Tower bridge which goes up & down about 1000 times a year. And another interesting point is Big Ben is the name of the bell not the bell tower however it stuck so they went with it. Arrive at Tower of London to learn about all the history - kings palace, a prison, a zoo now a tourist ...