The Slaughters Country Inn

Address: (Formally Washbourne Court), Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire, England, GL54 2HS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on (Formally Washbourne Court), Lower Slaughter, is near Cotswold Motor Museum, Birdland, The Model Village, and Bourton Model Railway Exhibition.
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    Travel Blogs from Lower Slaughter

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by basbraham02 on Jun 30, 2015

    6 comments, 4 photos

    ... and I were in the Old Bank Hotel In Oxford. Mum and I, too say the least, were very tired! But as Bear Grylls probably once said " we must keep moving". So mum and I decided to walk the old Oxford streets and do our best to hold off the jet lag for as long as possible. But first we had lunch at the hotel. The food was great! I had a margarita pizza and mum had some garlic and fishy salad. We both loved our dishes! Then it was time to go wandering. We started ...

    Sandford Pools to Oxford

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Mar 14, 2015

    14 photos

    ... many times since. Oxford is small city with university colleges dating back to 1249. It's Cotswold stone buildings are pretty at any time of year and the place has a compact centre making it very walkable. Our first stop has to be the Town Hall where we make use of the facilities and then head for the cafe for tea and cake...raspberry flapjack....mmm. No wonder I'm not losing any weight at the moment! Refreshed, Ian leads our city tour. We start off ...

    Day 48 - Debby's epiphany lightens the load

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 20, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... fact the footpaths became confusing and Debby was in an almost childlike mood. As my frustration with route finding heightened, she was laughing and kicking conkers, delighted in the fact she had discovered 'cheesecutters', which I had explained to her were a particularly devilish form of conker when in competition. There were two tiny hamlets to be negotiated along our way and surprisingly both had churches. First St. Peters in Marsh Baldon and then St. ...

    Return to the A&E

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... bandage it. But with Americans you can never be too paranoid."

    I got my pizzas for a cappella and Tom helped me carry everything over and set it up. The kids showed up at 12:45 and we had lunch first, then rehearsed the Great Goodbye Mash-Up some more. I think they are getting it. We're going to practice again tomorrow and then on Friday before the ceremony, and I think they will be ok.

    When I got back from a cappella I ran ...

    Taking it Old School

    A travel blog entry by saranugent on Jun 14, 2014

    3 photos

    ... their finals and celebrating by pouring a mixture of terribly smelly stuff on themselves. I am so glad that's not something we do! But something I did think was really cool was they are required to wear this black robe vest type of thing which I loved because it gave the students the sophisticated look I would expect from n Oxford student. I was pleasantly surprised however at the layout of the town. The whole of where I was, seemed to be one college after ...