The Slaughters Country Inn

(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 Birdland, Cotswold Motor Museum, The Model Village, and Bourton Model Railway Exhibition.
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    Travel Blogs from Lower Slaughter

    Penultimate Blog entry - Uk driving trip

    A travel blog entry by graemea on Sep 13, 2014

    36 photos

    Driving trip – Part 4 – penultimate: What a pleasant surprise! Shrewsbury was a town to stop at, about half way between Rochdale and Gloucester – we hadn't researched it other than it looked like a good place to while-away a couple of days sightseeing. Weren’t we in for a surprise – this place is full of little historical delights. To start, it turns out that Shrewsbury is the birthplace of Charles Darwin. We then collect a ...

    I've landed!

    A travel blog entry by tommyc on Aug 31, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... then I had a long sleep and forgot it was the same day when I woke up but I then got ready to go out for dinner in an old pub and on the way there we went through a little forest bit next to the very old village and then I had fish and chips and sticky date pudding. The next day I went in to oxford and went shopping and I went threw the old university part of the town and bought some lollies and the we went home That's enough for ...


    A travel blog entry by clarkgoshawk on May 27, 2014

    22 photos

    ... used in Harry Potter. It is a very glamorous eating hall. Apparently, King Henry the 8th was one of Christchurch College's early founders, and has eaten here; his picture is on the wall.

    Robyn also really wanted to take a tour of the Bodleian Library. This is the oldest University Library in the world. Nearby is also the famous 'Radcliff Camera' ...


    A travel blog entry by andrew.tyndale on Apr 14, 2014

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... part of foreign aid) to investment groups seeking VC returns (while doing good, of course). There are even large corporates who spread millions annually in Corporate Social Responsibility efforts, and have investment funds to support industry development in their sector (for example, to grow the customer base at the base of the pyramid).

    This year's conference was named "Ambition", with a clear message of aiming high. Don't think 1,000 wells, think 100,000. ...

    More adventures on British Rail

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 27, 2013

    5 photos

    ... There was one in a few minutes, so we hopped on that (dreading the fierce conductor in case we were flouting some sort of rule) and of course it was a milk run, so instead of having an extra hour in Edinburgh, we got in with just enough time for a quick coffee - but on balance still better than hanging around at Leuchars.

    The dreaded seven-minute change at Newcastle went okay, and 90 seconds before it pulled out, right on time, we sank gratefully into ...