The Crown of Crucis Country Inn and Hotel

Address: London Road, Ampney Crucis, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL7 5RS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on London Road, Ampney Crucis, is near Corinium Museum, Cotswold Water Park, Rodmarton Manor, and Brewery Arts Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Ampney Crucis

New Zealand 2015

A travel blog entry by miandmah on Jan 09, 2015

Holiday all booked,including coach to Heathrow. Just under 5 weeks to go! Time to plan preparations in detail. Priority,however,is to finalise Marcia's talk to St. Arvans W. I. next week on last years NZ trip. Need to reduce her photo list from the current ...

Bombay Sapphire Distillery & Riding lessons

A travel blog entry by andybel09 on Jan 04, 2015

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Yesterday we drove down to Laverstoke Mill which is now the Bombay Sapphire Distillery. We had watched a Megafactories documentary on the restoration of the mill and loved getting to see it and to learn about making the gin. After enjoying our riding hack so much on Friday, today Craig, Aaron and Chloe had a riding lesson at the same stables. Everyone did really well, especially Craig whose horse decided to do an impromptu canter but he managed to hold ...

Bath

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 24, 2014

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... in very good condition, and is now part of a museum that includes the upper terrace with statues of Caesars and other important people, therapy tubs, swimming pools, cold pools, saunas, plus the whole drainage system is still in working order, including the spring where 240,000 gallons of water used to feed the baths each day. It is a fabulous display, and it gave us a good idea how the Roman baths in Pompeii would have looked before ...

New view of rubbish and meltdown at day's end

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 18, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... mould that is now developing underfoot as autumn unfurls its personality of fertility? After all, leaf mould is often referred to as leaf litter. It is the 'rubbish' that the trees and shrubs throw down. Yet for me, it is one of the healthiest and appealing elements of country walking. I guess that means I love rubbish, or at least this rubbish. Of course it shows us up as humans just the contrast with the horrible detritus that we humans produce. We produce ...

Trip to Southampton - leg 2

A travel blog entry by sukki1975 on May 04, 2014

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... at the reception desk couldn't have been more different from the first receptionist. I was greeted warmly and when I asked for help with the luggage they were more than happy to help me engaging in appropriate small talk along the way. When I checked in I pre-booked breakfast because it was discounted to 8 if you did that, which I thought was extremely reasonable. The room was very tastefully decorated although the large clock above the toilet did feel a little weird.
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