Tudor Gate Hotel

35 High Street, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom | Hotel

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The Last Stand

A travel blog entry by ladygover

... just ask. But nothing is better than waking up to dolphins and sharing the evening with Cayman. Biggest memory is mosquito mosquito mosquito. Manaus - in da house!! Humidity was immense, we were sooooo hot watching the match cannot imagine how the lads felt playing. The meeting of the rivers is an absolute sight to behold!!! Iguassu falls - unbelievable, as good if not better than any we have seen before. Having ...

England-day 1

A travel blog entry by strats1902

Today we left Dubai and flew to England. When we landed and went through customs and then we met a friend of mums named Jim the lives here. Jim took us to his house so we could stay there for a few nights. We had dinner at a pub and after that we went back to Jim and Brenda's house and ...

Arrive London

A travel blog entry by strats1902


... enough time to go in there because we had booked a desert safari and I felt sick on the way so mum and I stopped while the others continued. The safari included dune bashing, camel riding, food and watching some people dance.It was really fun and I would love to do it ...

In the Beginning!!!

A travel blog entry by paulkilby


... a cooked breakfast every morning!! Home comforts are pretty important in this exploring mullarky! All joking apart though, this is no bunch of novice ramblers, whose longest walks have been to Tesco and back. Between them they have completed a whole range of hikes including Ben Nevis, Mount Snowdon, the Thames Path, the London Marathon route, the Samaria Gorge in Crete, trails in Canada and the US, the Base ...

Onwards and upwards (going up locks now)

A travel blog entry by hazelgault


... looked gorgeous against the blue sky but by the time I got my camera out the snow clouds were coming over. Walking into the village I saw the village sign and realised I had been here before. The words “a thankful village” gave it away. It is one of the 51 Thankful Villages which lost no men in the First World War, as first identified by the writer Arthur Mee in the 1930s.



This hotel, located on 35 High Street, Wellingborough, is near Irchester Country Park and Hardwick Soft Fruit Farm.
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