Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel

Rhydycroesau, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, SY10 7JD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oswestry

In search of Chester's Grill

A travel blog entry by johnjeed

68

... are unique in Britain. They consist of buildings with shops or dwellings on the lowest two storeys.

After lunch Peter, Stewart and John went in search of an English pub while Jeed, Tukta and Selma went shopping. We met up a little later at the “Lockkeeper” on the banks of the River Dee. From there it was back to collect our bags and then off to nearby the Railway Station where we said farewell to Peter and Tukta. ...

An English Village Life

A travel blog entry by johnjeed

64

... separates The Wirral Peninsula from Wales. Parkgate was once an important port from the start of the eighteenth century, in particular as an embarkation point for Ireland until it became silted up and was replaced by the Port of Liverpool. After that we drove some more before having lunch at the "Mouse" a quaint renovated barn and stables where we had a light lunch. It had been raining on again off again most of the day with a few glimpses of sunshine. A ...

The Life of Riley

A travel blog entry by penguinchris

... 8220;Marvellous”, “Lucky You” and of course “Pure” all featuring and getting the crowd through the rain that had started just before they came on stage and into the sunshine that we all knew was not far behind. They were rewarded with an encore of course – but it wasn’t “Three Lions”. I suspect that it could only have been done ironically which would have been wrong so they finished the set and ...

From Rita to Ripsaw

A travel blog entry by afromont

25

The big day out to Alton Towers theme park started with a long drive and various detours and back-pedals as we navigated across a large part of England to get there. Finally we arrived, parked and walked a very long way to get to the main entrance. We started with a rather tame ride for the kids and menfolk (Joanna and I chose to find a coffee shop and ease into the day more slowly), and then moved on to the 'Smiler'. This time only ...

Shrewsbury

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423

5

... friends.

We're off to the Shrewsbury Museum; a good way to spend time on a rainy afternoon. The museum takes the visitor from prehistoric times through Roman and Norman conquests; the ups and downs of the wool trade to the present. We were treated to the story of the “Corbet Bed 1593 reproduction project” by a delightful docent who worked on the ...

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This hotel, located on Rhydycroesau, Oswestry, is near Laurel and Hardy Museum.
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