The Broadway Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews The Broadway Hotel Letchworth
Travel Blogs from Letchworth
... built 500 years ago and was probably originally a stable and through the following years other businesses until 300 years ago when it first became a pub. Then we met up with the rest of the group and had a leisurely walk to Eaton College which was founded in 1440 by King Henry Vl. It is a single sex public boarding school for boys between the ages of 13 to 18. A very expensive school to attend charging up to £34,000 per ...
... was only fitting due to the lovely weather we were having. I got the tube with Eric as far as Victoria station but I was meeting another friend from Dunedin Corey for a drink near London bridge. I nearly missed him too, walked right past him. We went to a local beer hall themed pub and he invited me along to a Canada day themed pubcrawl run by brit bound. Never one to turn down the opportunity for cheap drinks and new friends I went a long. We got the tube (at ...
... of chickens, other fowl, goats and pigs and a donkey. Only ten minutes drive to the ferry at Gill's Bay. No problems and the crossing took about an hour. Arrive at St Margaret's Hope about 7.30. Had good directions from there to Kirkwall and then on to Stenness, stopping at the Happy Haddock in Finstown for some chips. Arrived at Harefields about 8.30, just about dark by then. Lovely bungalow overlooking the water and hills. Sleeps eight, so plenty of room. Big kitchen and ...
... tops, thats smart casual yeah?
- 3/4 pairs of shorts, 4 pairs of jeans and a couple of chinos, that covers all bases yeah?
- 1 pair flip flops, 1 pair smart shoes, 2 pair converse - yes? no? I DON'T KNOW!
- Toiletries; the usual garb of toothbrush, hairspray (shut up) and such not - apparently we don't need towels? Meh.
- Underwear too, obviously, lots of it.
Other than that I'm taking the obvious, laptop, iPad, Nintendo DS; not ...
... with a very upper crust accent - I had forgotten about how up market the area was. I remembered waiting in line one day at the newsagents only to be brushed aside so they could serve Lady "so and so" and of course Dodi El Fayhed is buried on his fathers estate at the end of my road. I hadn't realised that the owner of Harrods at the time owned the property until the awful car crash and the fact that Muslims have to be buried ...