Overton Grange Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Sun is shining, grass is green ...... Well it is now. Nathan and Bob have laid the new lawn and it looks fab. Planted some annuals in the beds, baskets are ordered, and Hank has just picked up our new patio set. All looks fab. Had dinner out in the garden. Happy days ...
... to visit throughout the UK so we are sure we will visit more of them in the future.
We then visited the spectacular Worcester Cathedral. We were spoilt with being there while a very large choir were rehearsing for a concert this evening, so we were able to explore the treasures of the Cathedral while listening to some beautiful and moving singing. The Cathedral was founded way back in 680 and was built over and ...
... of the road so from the front passenger seat she was sitting closest to the oncoming traffic which was not fun!
Anyway, we safely arrive in one piece at the swimming pool all excited in anticipation of the fun ahead and were then informed, "Unfortunately swimming has been cancelled tonight". When Traci enquired further with the attendant she was advised a toddler left a number ‘two’ floating in the pool! ...
... yellow Jacobean timber-frame. Unique and lively. We find out that Stokes is Norman for "a place of cattle".
Ludlow Castle is just a few miles away and dominates the town of Ludlow. Daniel Defoe said the ruins were “the very perfection of decay.” Built in 1085 by Roger De Lacy, it served as the seat of the Marcher Lords who ruled “the Marches” the local name for the border region ...
... we were walking in exactly the opposite direction to where we thought we should be going - well Mark was as I have no sense of direction and probably would never have noticed anyway. Just as concern set in, the track did a 180 turn and dropped onto a road which, after what seemed an eternity, led back to the van!
Having not been tortured enough, we set off the next day for the Long Mynd. The weather was stunning, clear ...