The Belfry Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Belfry Hotel Littledean
The room was clean and the bed was very comfortable. We were in the annex and it wasn't the hotel's fault that some people made a lot of noise when they left at 5.45 am. Breakfast was fair. We were disappointed there was no evening meal (it was Sunday and the website did say no evening meal on Sundays). We drove up the hill and got a Chinese takeaway which we were allowed to eat in the bar.
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... It had a real buzz but also a sense of safety and common purpose.
Our first stop anywhere is always the best cafe we can find and the Black Book Cafe seemed to fit the bill.
Eavesdropping on nearby tables we heard about plans for an impressively big festival of the arts with under-pavement heating and theatrical spaces.
Another table had a couple of teachers having a good natter while doing the odd spot of knitting, delving into the ...
... spring water. Bath is the only place in the UK that has hot springs which is why the Romans were so excited when they found it and built a bath house larger than any of the bath houses in Rome. The city of Bath made a home away from home I'm sure. The city itself is in a very hilly area just like how Rome was built on 7 hills. The autumn colors made it seem like an entirely different country. It really didn't look or feel like the UK.
... saw guinea fowl, chooks, geese, veggie patches, a new pig yard and then Marco and a mate quaffing a bottle of rose’ as the sun was about to set.
We had a pre-dinner drink in the cool bar before we were led through into the main dining room.
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Score for dinner:
Jen - Entree - Serrano ham and asparagus 7/10,
Main - Roast Guinea Fowl, Rosemary Mash, Porcini ...
Waking up this morning after a late night was a little hard. I did know, though, that I was going to have a really good breakfast downstairs. We asked for breakfast to be ready around 8:45 so we got showered, dressed, and headed downstairs. The dining room has a large table and a beautiful, rustic fireplace. We walked in and met Gabby who is staying here on vacation from Germany. She brought her car (BMW, of course) on an overnight ferry. I think that's one of the ...
... inside now operating as coffee shop and a tad tacky). The borough of Malmsbury is supposedly the oldest in England, and has much of its population employed by The Dyson company. A pretty little place, with Nick able to show us where he stayed with Katie at her mum's house...a tiny former worker's cottage at the back of the Abbey. The Abbey gardens look most impressive but at €8 each and other things scheduled, we enjoyed a peak only over the ...