Quality Hotel & Leisure Stoke On Trent
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- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The Fox and Goose Inn Stratford-upon-Avon
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... 105 acre gardens. Naturally, Avery and I felt right at home and exhibited our most bourgeois behavior while touring the place. We also learned it was the setting for the Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice 2005 film. Here is a video summary slide show and a bunch of pictures from the ...
... ended up aiming to the left of the directed bearing - then it boomed in! Nice clean and modern shower block - only 2 of each in the block so it could get crowded peek season. Needed the longer lead for the electric hook up - just meant I could slave off the second point for the heater. Small play area - it's just out of sight of the pitches. 1/2 signal on EE but still got ...
... is where the scenery becomes interesting with some wonderful English countryside mixed in with some desert like high country. We stop in Bakewell for a picnic lunch beside the river before a leisurely stroll through the streets and lanes of Bakewell. Obviously we enjoyed a Bakewell pudding (or two) along the way. The home of the Bakewell tart proved to be a very nice place to ...
... down the back of our necks. It is interesting to think that young kids were put to work in these types of places, working very full days, every day of the week. Off on another 'scenic' drive ... Code for we took a wrong turn and decided that it was too tricky to turn around so we kept going! For those of you who are not familiar with the country roads of England, in a lot of places there just isn't room ...
Leaving medieval England behind, we headed across the beautiful landscape of Shropshire on B-roads, towards Derbyshire. The trip took us from views of soft and mellow farmland with colourful wooded gullies, to rugged small holdings with rock walls and buildings made predominantly from the local grey-brown stone, short distances between hamlets and villages that appear to cling to the hill sides. On the way we passed through Buxton, ...