Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa

Address: Nutfield, London, England, RH1 4EL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Bensham Manor area of London, is near Knightsbridge, St. James's Palace, Sloane Square, and Whitehall Palace.
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First Full Day in London

A travel blog entry by chrisanddot on Apr 18, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

... It was killing me. Tiny little cups, too. Dot had a small salad (since she was still full from her giant English breakfast). I ordered at the bar and they didn’t ask me what kind of dressing. We don’t think it had any dressing on it. She used my tartar sauce, my lemon and some vinegar that they use on the fried fish, and a little ketchup. She ended up eating some salad, my peas (ick) and a little of my ...

Best Summer Music Festivals in Europe

A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Jan 28, 2015

Summer has to be one of the best times to enjoy a music festival; the warmer weather, the lighter evenings and the chance to take some time off work, kick back and really enjoy yourself. Europe has some of the best music festivals in the world, so if you are looking for an excuse to experience your very first summer festival, or you simply want to expand your musical horizons, look no further. We have gathered together our ...

London Adventure

A travel blog entry by hhjhumangeo on Jan 20, 2015

7 photos

... had began and the actors came on stage. Throughout the whole show the actors were very good and they kept the audience very engaged. The message the play was sending out was very powerful and that is what made the play so interesting to watch, especially for women. After the show was over we all went and socialized with the people sitting around us. They were a very nice British family who came to see the play with their children. They told us all about ...

London to Bruges

A travel blog entry by robxmas14 on Dec 13, 2014

4 photos

... woke around 4am and we left the flat under darkness at 4:45am. We walked to the station towing our luggage. We must have sounded so noisy as we walked along the streets.

Tube ride to Kings Cross and we were 40mins early for our train to Dover. We sat and ate breakfast at Pret a manger. We were on our train 10mins before departure. The train ride to Dover took about an hour. We caught a taxi to the ferry and we were ...

Windsor, Stonehenge and Oxford

A travel blog entry by jollyskiem on Oct 02, 2014

18 photos

... doll house (which is amazing!) and then spent extra time in St George's chapel where we got to see multiple Royal tombs - including Henry VIII, King George V and, my personal favourite, King George VI (mainly because he and Elizabeth are two people that I admire very much). With a great deal of reluctance we got back on the bus and headed to Stonehenge. The layout had changed a lot since I was last here ...