The Bull Hotel

Address: Bridge Street, Halstead, Essex, England, CO9 1HU, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bridge Street, Halstead, is near Kentwell Hall, Melford Hall, Gainsborough House, and Lavenham Audio Tour.
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      Travel Blogs from Halstead

      Back home!

      A travel blog entry by richalive on Mar 22, 2015

      I went online the day before my flight from Kathmandu to change my seat number. The reason is that from the right hand side of the aircraft, you get the most stupendous views of the mighty Himalaya. Up at 38,000 feet, you can see the white mountains and the brown valleys for mile after mile. I sit next to a middle aged Tibetan Buddhist monk in his crimson and saffron robes who stares in silence and a young man dressed in an orange gilet and bright ...

      Cambridge Day Trip

      A travel blog entry by tonezf on Jan 23, 2015

      5 photos

      ... universities high in a tree that overhangs the river was a NZ flag. The guide in the boat in front of us completely doesn't suck his head passing under one of the concrete bridges and greets it with a loud "whack". It happens so much in slow motion I do wonder if it was for comic relief in a last ditch to redeem himself from his terrible jokes. Luckily he was okay - and didn't fall out of ...

      A short walk into history ............after coffee

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 11, 2014

      3 comments, 34 photos

      ... man servant.) From here we plunge down into the spectacular Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul. It is through the churches, their size and opulence that one can understand much of where the power and money lay centuries ago. William the Conqueror had given the Lordship of Eye to William Malet who had established a market and built a Castle here. When he died in 1071 his son Robert founded a Priory which was attached to a Benedictine Abbey in France. The wet ...

      Templars found wanting... but train to the rescue

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... Our cheese roll and apple is very pleasant, but it is the words Debby speaks that provide greater nourishment for me than any food could. She looks at me and says "this is what I’ll miss when we finish this walk." My heart swells seeing her happy and sprawled out relaxing in the sun in this beautiful spot.

      We have entered the final green corridor that will take us to tonight’s destination at Royston. Therfield Heath is the name now given to a collection of ...

      Cambridge: The lesson for today.

      A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 01, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... give a clue as to who was who, so I thought that the prize was theirs. They were a jolly lot. Then there were the people I accosted on platforms as I confirmed my accuracy of location. Then there were the people who offered help with my bags when crowds, machines and the number of stairs between me and my goal slowed me down. I have been very blessed by the generosity of the everyday person in the street. That too is another story. I did eventually get ...