Old Courthouse Inn

Address: Old Harwich Road, Great Bromley, Essex, England, CO7 7JG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Old Harwich Road, Great Bromley, is near Mercury Theatre and The Beth Chatto Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Great Bromley

    Off to the Chuch of England

    A travel blog entry by sueknox on Aug 09, 2015

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... had it for Sunday lunch, along with Yvonne's 'smashed potatoes' and cabbage from the garden boiled in a little vege stock - very tasty, although my one customer found the tomato puree sauce I cooked the rabbit in was too vinegary - I'll do better next time..

    Now it's my time off (2-4pm each day) - I'm too tired for walking today and it's really hot, so I'm resting on my bed, catching up with you lot!!.


    Walking paths galore...

    A travel blog entry by sueknox on Aug 08, 2015

    5 photos

    ... day after day, it's up in the mid 20s while the rest of English is complaining about days of 16 or 17. East Anglia seems to miss a lot of the nasty fronts that come from the West, so they are basking in it...

    When I walked across a causeway through the marshes, I noticed a horse and carriage. I kept stopping to see if the horse moved - I couldn't figure out if it was a real horse or not. When I walked there again the next day and saw the horse in the same place, ...

    Day 61 - A day full of unexpected joy with Mary

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 03, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... was finally defeated by Canute the Dane, after several years of intermittent engagement.............. After the victory, Canute built a minster church ‘of stone and lime’, as a memorial to those who were slain in the battle............. we have no description of the church, or even a clear indication of its precise siting.......... historians have turned to Hadstock where a large and imposing Anglo Saxon church cannot fail to command attention. There is no ...

    Travel and Tropical Wings

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Aug 23, 2014

    20 photos

    ... loved the blue morphos. Lizards, geckos and a section for creepy crawlies was next and then we headed for the meerkat feeding (most frequently encountered creature in a zoo on this trip I think!) and then otter feeding. We petted goats and a few other farm animals in the petting area, including a Kune kune type of pig.  The albino wallabies were amazing and we were actually able to stroke them they were so domesticated.  One of the keepers was in with the ...

    Home sweet home!

    A travel blog entry by laracamille on Feb 11, 2014

    ... fortune! Then before I knew it I was in my little broom broom on my way back to Mersea! I parked on the road before walking into the house and calling 'honey I'm home' mum was very surprised to see me and I also think she was relived that she didn't gave to drive all the way to Heathrow and back! We then chilled for a bit and I looked round the house, in my bedroom ect, I was soo ...