The Carpenters Arms

Address: Stanton Wick, Somerset, England, BS39 4BX , United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Stanton Wick, is near No. 1 Royal Crescent, HorseWorld, Stanton Drew Stone Circles, and Chew Valley Lake Visitor Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Stanton Wick

    King of the Castle

    A travel blog entry by tredders on Sep 10, 2015

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... sell an assortment of ready made sandwiches and Baguettes it was good and reasonably priced...As we are back in the UK we are back to using Pounds and everything is more expensive. After lunch we walked down the Mall to find a Newsagents to buy a map..we got directions in the big shopping centre and we had to walk through the Boots Pharmacy to get back to the Mall...It was the biggest pharmacy I have ever was as big as our Big W maybe even bigger..anyway I ...

    Day 8 Buckfast Abbey, Glastonbury Cardiff

    A travel blog entry by robyncoleman on Sep 09, 2015

    16 photos

    ... farm-scapes to Glastonbury. Another abbey but this one in
    ruins but in it's day it was the largest cathedral in England. On
    Glastonberry tor , a large hill with a tower built on top, it is said
    the holy grail is buried, plus King Arthur. It is supposed to be the
    isle of Avalon and he surrounding farm land once covered in water , to
    be the lake containing the lady of the lake ,who Arthur had to return ...

    Stonehenge and Bath

    A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Sep 05, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Viewed the prehistoric setting of Stonehenge and later the Roman Baths in get this the city of Bath (makes sense huh). But Bath is also a Georgian city with extensive architecture built largely during the 17th and 18th century.

    Stonehenge is actually small, but it is remarkable that people without the wheel or equipment with which to hoist could have developed this place. These stones were moved over many miles before placement.


    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Jul 27, 2015

    ... a father & son team from Plymouth. 4 of us had fish pie which was delicious - apparently the Aberdeen Angus Beef Burger wasn't such a winner. It was a lovely evening with lots of chatter. The father & son team will be in North Nibbley tomorrow so no doubt we'll see them again. They had done the first half of the Cotswold Way last year so are doing just the second half - Painswick to Bath. All in all a very pleasant ...

    Day 8, in which I discuss Flapjacks and Fedoras

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... idea.

    By this time we had pretty much decided that we were not going to try to get home today and to take a small cutoff and head back east a little to spend the night in Bath. I’ve never been there, and its been years since Paul and Barbara visited here. It was a spa town for the Romans when they ran the show and very fashionable with Britons in the 18th ...