Roselawn Hotel

Address: Burghfield, Berkshire, South East England, England, RG30 3RU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Burghfield, is near UK Wolf Centre, Mapledurham House, Madejski Stadium, and Kennet & Avon Canal.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Roselawn Hotel Burghfield

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Travel Blogs from Burghfield

Intro to;A Mission From Bolly

A travel blog entry by rad91 on Mar 02, 2015


... and its something I have always wanted to do for a long time. Also theirs abit of the wonder about me which I get from my Granny who could went to more counties than Micheal Palin! I mean I could of gone back to Africa to do charity work, but It wouldn't be the same, because I would be expecting to see the likes of Bryony, Ann, Lauren and Tina there, and nothing can better team tuskar, rusty Shelia of the boogie bus. So bear with me on this ...

Visiting Paddy and Mike in Norfolk

A travel blog entry by helenbond1953 on Jan 09, 2015

5 comments, 16 photos

... better but Paddy had bronchitis and had to have antibiotics. Catching up with friends As well as catching up with Johnny Hall, a friend of mine from my year in Scotland, Margaret Anderson came to visit and stayed in The Coach house for 3 nights before our trip to Burnham Market. So we all enjoyed her company and catching up on the years. Then Eugene contacted his friends whom he had last seen in 1973 when they were colleagues at the Suffolk College of Advanced Education in ...

Feeding on the atmosphere in Departures

A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Nov 17, 2014

1 photo

Starbucks, Departures, Terminal 5, 8.45am

I've cleared most of the hurdles on the 'departing successfully' side this morning. Got up on time. Caught correct bus to airport at correct time. Dropped bags. Cleared security without incident or overly ridiculous stress levels.

Everything around is a highly-planned, organised process. Because there are so many people to be ‘serviced.’ Buying a coffee even – you ...

London - Day 2 & 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 21, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... was a normal room, but then we walked into the "dinning hall." It must have been a storage cellar at some point. The roof was low and the walls were curved, like a big tunnel. It was very rustic. But the lunch was awesome. For 10 quid I had a lamb roast lunch that was so big I could barely eat it. Complete with gravy, mint sauce, yorky pudding and real veggies. Nom nom nom. Finally we went for a walk through Soho and found a couple of really cool bars. ...

The Iconic Buildings of London

A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jun 30, 2014

4 comments, 30 photos

Yesterday was quite an epistle – I'll try to keep it shorter but I get a bit carried away! I’m sorry if it’s boring but it’s as much a diary for me as an update for everyone else on what we’re up to!

We were planning to get going early this morning, as this was the first full day we had in London. But after the late night last night we really needed some extra sleep. It was probably 9 – 10am by the time we walked to the train station.