Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from Nutfield
A couple of hours later we are checked in to our flights and eating breakfast with Dad, Alan, John (delete as appropriate) and Jack. Breakfast is a big deal for me and that was a particularly special one.... I had my last full English for quite a while.
Leaving our folks and Jack at the security gates was sad but the trepidation was overwhelming as Alice made the final few essential purchases at Boots and we boarded the plane for the hop across the ...
Apparently missed a rain dump as everything was wet when we walked out. Took the tube to Totterham where we shopped at Primark - don't ask but it was VERY cheap! Discovered that most restaurants and pubs fill up at night and finding a place to ...
... tour guide for Les - he planned to stay near London for a few extra days, so we gave him an introductory, whistle-stop tour of the city with a taste of how easy it is to use the Underground for transport.
First stop - Piccadilly Circus and a visit to Lilliwhites Sport's Store. A few Manchester United gifts for our grandchildren and it was a quick walk down the road to ...
... lives in Carshalton so the site is perfect for this but the couple of weeks turned into three as Baby number 3 decided to take his time. The Beer and BBQ part comes from the fact that on both prevous occaisions friends have joined us to enjoy both while waiting for the big ...
... which came as a bit
of a shock to one of the group who will remain nameless. The wet weather and
our soft spot for the local public establishments hindered our best laid
sightseeing plans. We did however get to Picadilly Circus, Trafalgar square,
Big Ben and the London eye. Although Josh and Mikey being two big girls blouses
opted out, stating they were too hard for that and proceeded to the pub for a
few appletinins. I’d imagine ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center