The Cotford Hotel and l'Amuse Bouche Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Malvern
... as we will be camping in between hotel stays. The plan is to upgrade and renew a few of the things that wear out over time so we end up with something über reliable. For those who know a thing or two about 4x4 cars, this has full time 4 wheel drive, electronic diff locks leather seats and will seat 8 comfortably, though in our case it will be two plus a boot full of things you need when doing a trip like this. More details ...
... thought hmmmm. I wasn't going to be too irrational so I thought I'd wait a few hours, wait for some of the couch surfing responses to come back and if I didn't get any response by the end of my shift at work then I wouldn't go, and since hostels are too expensive there, couch surfing really would be the only way I would go. Ok well, shift ended and there I was standing outside All Bar One after midnight, no one around but a few drunken stumbles passing by, checking my email ...
... shaped delights of short crust pastry filled with jelly and pork and the holy grail of the pork pie lover...... SCRATCHINGS. Laden with my choice of hearty fare I returned to my miserable looking companions to share with them my stories of what I had discovered. To my surprise I was informed in a low whisper so certain husbands couldn't overhear " I love a good crunchy scratching" This pleased me as I had run out of Butter Mintoes and this could now be the ...
... tried to keep up with Jimmy and Andrew's bantering; while I enjoyed it all.
Jimmy and Carol have renovated a 250-year-old house that features a massive wood-burning fireplace, 3 spacious guest rooms each with bathroom en suite (unlike our Sidney House B&B where we found someone sleeping in the closet next door). Higgledy-piggledy floors throughout, and wood-beamed ceilings most (!) people could reach up ...
... the first time we went and had lunch, then the dog obedience display was happening in the main arena. We went and looked at this for a while and jenny and I then participated in one activity. We had to stand as if for tunnel ball for we had to put our heads down on the side of the person in front of us. Two of the dogs ran through our legs and then over our backs. After warning us that the second of the dogs gets nervous if we make any noise and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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