The Old Court Hotel
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... store and was condemned after World War 2 It was however spared by a brother and sister Matley and Elsie Moore who restored the house to its former glory and filled it with numerous antiques and bric-a-brac they collected over the years. Matley and Elsie were both single and had no family to leave the house to, so they left it to an organisation called the National Trust. The National Trust seems to have a lot of homes ...
... as the key cannot unlock the deadlock from the outside. What to do… We tried forcing open a window, but being winter they were closed up tight and are all quite large and double glazed, so breaking one was not really an option. We went and spoke to Mrs Robinson and told her what happened and she replied with “how did that happen, the door can’t lock if the switch is on?” We told her we thought so ...
... only is warm and provides a wonderful view over the garden and surrounding hills, but also has the best internet access. The internet is not very fast and unfortunately does not cope too well with uploading photos so our blog might be delayed from time to time until we visit the local library and use their internet to upload the photos. However, rest assured, the blog will still be done and sent out as soon as possible each week!
Speaking of the library, ...
So beautiful, and historical, I could really see myself living in this country.
Our first stop was a beautiful church, then we weaved our way to the Village Centre, did some op shop shopping for a jacket and scarf for Nana Cotter, grabbed a coffee in a quaint coffee shop, then had a sausage roll from the local bakery run by the "Baker ...
... which is very exciting, and I can't wait to get home so I can practise on it! We left for water zorbing and arrived at a very muddy farm near Kidderminster. We went through the two minute training session, and then we had to take off our coats and shoes and step into the giant balls, which inflated around us, until they were full of air and zipped up. It really was like being inside a hamster ball! It was a very strange feeling water out over the water, ...