The House

Address: Woolverton, Woolverton, Somerset, England, BA2 7QS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Woolverton, Woolverton, is near Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Peto Garden at Iford Manor, Belas Knap, and Westwood Manor.
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    Travel Blogs from Woolverton

    The English Countryside Greets Us Well

    A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 07, 2015

    4 photos

    ... take longer, perhaps, when one must say hello to the sheep, and to horses, pause to watch the pheasant, and the sun, as well as take photographs of them all.

    Tomorrow we had a bigger day planned, but the easy slow pace is already having us rethink our agenda. I think instead of going here, there, and trying to get to that, and see that, we're scaling it down to a smaller area, and spending quality time in the landscape and with the food and the people.

    Becky's Beginning...

    A travel blog entry by sarahandbecky on Sep 06, 2015

    ... we need some time to generate a bit of income first - but at some time in the future. Good bye to my dearest and very much loved Granny who, at the age of 95, is battling with cancer and I will not see again on my return. She is an inspirational woman born on the other side of the World under the British Raj, speaking 4 dialects of Indian, bringing up two beautiful girls and always remaining positive in the face of ...

    Stonehenge and Bath

    A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Sep 05, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Viewed the prehistoric setting of Stonehenge and later the Roman Baths in get this the city of Bath (makes sense huh). But Bath is also a Georgian city with extensive architecture built largely during the 17th and 18th century.

    Stonehenge is actually small, but it is remarkable that people without the wheel or equipment with which to hoist could have developed this place. These stones were moved over many miles before placement.



    A travel blog entry by nmasters on Jul 31, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... To the Country while Nigel explored further finding Bath Rugby Club, Pulteney Bridge ( like Ponte Vecchio ) and too many tourist shops and eateries. The locals were exposing skin to the sun on deck chairs in the parks. It looked inviting but one has to pay to go in the park!r Checked out the Bath railway station because we have to catch an 8:13 train to London in the morning. Early night and early breakfast before the next ...

    They're not just a pile of rocks!

    A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Oct 05, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... br> Next up is the city of Bath! It was a cute little town tucked behind rolling English hills. I loved the bus ride to Bath because it was a nice change of scenery from London. Here at Bath we were able to walk around the streets a little bit and then enter the Roman Bath's that are from the 18th century. This is where the Romans would go to bathe because this spot is the only place in England that has a natural hot spring. The water still pours out today and it is indeed very warm! ...