The Cottage in the Wood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Beverage Selection
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Cottage in the Wood Malvern Wells
Lovely location and rooms
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... numbered. It took them 7 years to move it to the museum.
We attended school, where I avoided being sent to stand in the corner; we had a chain making demonstration, with lots of sparks flying; and had traditional beef fat cooked chips, with a scoopful of scraps. All in all it was a really great day, although some kind of Segway would have made it a lot easier on the feet.
After more walking than anyone should do we had to resort to a taxi back to the boat.
... Time for lunch with Jim and Val, they own Rose Cottage where Mary's dad was born and lived in his childhood. Great to catchup. Back to our hotel, my plan was to go to the bistro, have a little drink and write my blog. Got the first part done okay. We stayed there for the evening meal then off to bed early so we could pack and hopefully be in time for breakfast tomorrow before heading off to Cadbury World then Thame. ...
... you drive past, no roadworks, no crash, no reason for the the delay.... Hmmmm. With traffic all round and road signs hidden in overgrown hedges I had trouble with roads in brackets eg (M5). I think it means that this road eventually becomes the name in brackets, but it is not the road we are currently travelling. This is more concerning when the sign concerns a toll way and we have no cash. A quick trip down a side road to a small village, cash out of ...
We almost didn't make it! We naturally assumed that Belfast would only have one airport to fly out of...wrong! We turned up at the George Best airport only to find that we should have been at the International airport and we only had 20 minutes to travel 20 miles! We made it thanks to an organised cab organiser, calm and cheerful cab driver, excellent check in staff and no thanks to ever vigilant security staff ...
Pete wanted to follow a longer route to the top, so we agreed to meet early and take the train to Colwall. Jenny met us on the train and we zoomed under the Malvern Hills through a tunnel and into Colwall Station. We de-trained and stood on the platform trying to orientate ourselves. At this point, Pete mentioned that he hadn't brought a map. Fortunately Jenny had, so we planned a route and then attempted to follow it.