Buckatree Hall Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... amp; we caught up with them just as they moored up. Lovely trip along the canal past a few lakes or Meres. Decided to moor up just past Bettisfield out in the middle of farmland & corn fields. Lovely & quiet place with no one else ...
... 400 years old. It had a fireplace dated 1675. Lunch was a cheddar and ale chutney baguette, with some chips - yumm. We also called in to a service stop at Beaconsfield, ( this was before lunch) the poms certainly know how to provide for weary travelers. Sissinghurst is a gorgeous garden established in the 1930's byVita Sackville west ...
... of our Volvo we didn't notice. On arrival we missed the entrance and luckily we found a 3M factory just down the road with a very large car park, so Phil didn't need to do a 10 point turn! Although on arrival he did a perfect reverse into the pitch. We managed to get the electrics, fridge, cooler and loo working brilliantly and opened a well earned bottle of wine. Tess thought she was ...
... quite palatial. Our room is up in a loft with sloping ceiling and a rickety spiral staircase to access it. It would be a stunning location if the sun came out - even 5 o'clock came and went without the sun coming out. We had gone with the dinner, bed and breakfast option, which gave us a beautiful three course meal in their real old restaurant with the highest ceilings ever. The pork belly was to die for. It was by far the fanciest meal we have had to ...
... 18th Century Gothic fantasy named after the horse that won the builder his money!
After our satisfying lunch, we set off and hit some quite beautiful scenery and, wait for it, the sun shone brightly. Fantastic scenery of rural landscape, cuttings, rockings (embankments), aqueducts, nature reserves, woodlands passing through Wheaton Ashton and its lock, Little Onn ...