The Ilchester Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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So it has officially come. Winter has struck the UK. Now I know what you're thinking: "Wow! Snowy England! All those rainy days for staying in and relaxing!" Well combine that with the seasonal flu and downpours of rain every half hour. It's not great. Sooooo, what else has happened? Well, writing a bit. School has drowned me in a sea of papers, exams ...
... The beautiful ceiling is the longest continuous medieval vaulted stone ceiling in the world, 96 metres long. Lovely stained glass and lots of light, unlike many Gothic cathedrals.
Looked at the castle walls, all that remains of the original Rougemont castle built in 1068, (the buildings inside being newer, late 1800s-1905) and then its gardens and moat.
Then John tried to do a tour ...
... want to drive around the city (traffic is appalling), I could certainly see myself in a little apartment in one of the Georgian terraces - for only £2.8 million I could buy a detached house in the centre of town. We stayed at the cutest little B & B called the Fosse Farm Cottage in Nettleton outside of Bath. Rita the owner and her two delightful little dogs called Puddles ...
... identified as priority areas within VSO’s research underpinning the country strategy. Further, consultation with youth and community representative from these communities and with the ICS implementing partner Sarbodaya has reinforced the community need.
This directly contributes to VSON’s strategic focus goal in Health (2012-15) that aims to “Improve the Quality and Availability of Maternal and Sexual & ...
... are quite walkable. We take a path called Jenny's Path and follow it up and around several fields. The paths are very well marked and it is easy to follow. We end up walking up through a farmers driveway, we are met by a very energetic border collie and then we wind our way up to Timsbury. We stop at a cafe and have some lunch and then trek our way back. Along the way we see some beautiful vistas of the Cam Valley Basin, a couple of swans nesting in a pond, some goats, ...