Oakley Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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They were mad then and they are mad now We drove up to John and Linda's sat morning,had just enough time for a coffee then it was all aboard Johns black cab for a skiing trip at Milton Keynes about an hour away.It was very kind of Linda to set it up but I'm pretty sure they just wanted a good laugh In the late seventies a friend ,by way of teaching me to ski,took me straight to the ...
... her illness pretty much a secret from a lot of us ex-pat friends and that I never had a chance to say goodbye and tell her how much I valued her friendship and enjoyed her company.
My friend was delightful. She had a wickedly droll sense of humor. Often on a comment of hers I would pause and think "she did NOT just say that" before dissolving into laughter over the comedy of it and the situation of it. We shared ...
An early start was in order today as we knew we had to get to Hilltop as it opened to get on the car park. After a brisk journey, including the sight of some early morning skinny dipping, we arrived and queued. Very excited and impressed with the whole thing, the house and garden were amazing. The house is like a time capsule and you can see her inspirations at every turn. If you visit, don't forget to look out for her books opened to ...
We packed up and headed for our favourite Morrison's, which was not far from the campsite. The staff were friendly and we were able to change the pitch we had been allocated very easily. The pitch sizes are decent size and the site is very peaceful. The showers were badly designed and if you are not careful, everything can get wet. It needs a ...
Day 4 Approx 14 miles Left Lower Bryanston Farm at 8.40. The house was built in 1740. Walked past Badgers Brewery, huge place. Did a short cut along the Trailway again until it came to an abrupt end. From there we walked on National Trust footpaths beside the river. Plenty of butterflies --tortoiseshell, brimstone, peacock, ...