Redesdale Arms Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... before all of the buses dropped off the visitors. The building are all made of limestone. The gardens are incredible. I've never seen such beautiful roses. It sounds like the Cotswolds had a fairly mild winter with very little snow or cold temperatures. It sounds like we took the burden of the cold weather this year. They had a very moist spring so the flowers were absolutely ...
... the shop workers had their faces painted and were dressed up. So instead of two Oxfordians, we were served by the field mouse and the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland. The city was very busy as families were out having fun doing the activities for the day, but this made the streets very crowded. On the way back to the house, we stopped at an ice cream wagon and purchased hand made ice cream for the rest of our walk and it was delicious!
So this time in 14 days myself and Jess will be sleeping in our comfy beds for one last time before we jet off on our travels. After a good 9 months of hard work our departure date is fast approaching so we wanted to let people know how they can follow what we are up to for the next 5 months or so. Our first flight is 0815 on Monday the 25th March where we leave Heathrow for Rio ...
... green colour but they did not have my size.
We went into a few art galleries but everything seems to be over-priced. As an example, a still life the size of an A4 sheet of paper cost £2,000 by a little known artist. Ian was wandering around taking photos while I decided to drop into an art gallery by artist Thomas Kinkade. He had a spectacular painting in the front window of autumn trees alongside a winding path which ...
... Max tour bus that was to take us from Bath through the Cotswolds.
Bath is situated on the border of the Cotswolds region of southwest England, which spreads through part of Somerset, Glouchestershire and Wiltshire counties and covers an area about 25 miles across and 90 miles long. So we were soon driving up the hill to enter its rolling hills and bucolic pasture ...