Ockenden Manor Hotel & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... Not quite as bad as two years ago when I was walking through about 2 foot of flood water and Treacle, on the lead, had to swim beside me. This time we were mostly wading through mud though sometimes it had a couple of inches of water sitting on top. The lady who owned the site was lovely and we even went dog walking together.
I felt really pleased when the day came to get the Sat Nav fixed and the gas changed. I drove over to Hailsham where the Sat Nav man works and ...
Weather again pretty mild so went for a early morning walk. Later in the morning I went with Mike to his gym to do a spin session and then went to The Ship pub for s bite to eat. Just returned from "The Winter Wonderland" show at Hyde Park. It is s big fair as well as a beer festival. They bring one 4000 people tent over from the Munich Octoberfest along with the Bavarian shops and have a beer festival each night for 6 weeks or ...
... a sign showing where it was. Lots of people out enjoying the sunshine, back home to find the washing dry - makes me smile, a suitcase full,of clean clothes again. Didnt really do anything else, until we sat dwn to slow roasted lamb shoulder and lots of ...
... pictures. Absolutely amazing........reindeers in front of us with no fence and just sitting there.
The maze is over 300 years old. It is the oldest maze in Great Britain. That means we have now been in the oldest maze and the longest maze (York) in the UK.
The Palace was enormous. The girls got to wear velvet coats whilst walking around the Palace. This was originally the Palace for King Henry the 8th. The rooms in the Palace were so large ...
Norman beginnings: Henry I lived in the King's House in Sheen, and in 1299 Edward I took his whole court to the manor-house close by the river side, which became a royal palace, where Geoffrey Chaucer served as a yeoman in 1368. Richard II was the first English king to make Sheen his main residence in 1383. He took his bride ...