The Inn at Grinshill

Address: High Street, Grinshill, Shropshire, England, SY4 3BL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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      Getting ready to go!

      A travel blog entry by isabellemccabe on Apr 01, 2015

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      I have been waiting for this week for 6 months! Finally I am off on my adventure on Friday! Eeeekkkk! I am going to work on the P&O Azura, which during the summer months travels around a lot of Europe. After a very full and fun last weekend in Manchester, I am kind of all sorted and just awaiting my lift to Southampton! First stop to see my grandparents in Devon ...

      Ludlow a beautiful town

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Mar 19, 2015

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      ... 20min away from the cottage and is larger than Tenbury Wells, however not as big as the nearby cities of Kidderminster and Worcester. We were very surprised by the beauty of this town, which is dominated by its beautiful large Cathedral that dates back to 1224 as well as the famous Ludlow Castle that was built as a fortress to defend England from the Welsh. The Castle is famous for housing King Henry VIII's brother Arthur and his new ...

      Furthest point north this trip

      A travel blog entry by hazelgault on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... We knew we wouldn't find any shops today and stocked up on milk the day before.


      Market Drayton

      I went for a walk this morning while Bryan was still sleeping. I find it useful to have somewhere to aim for so I set off for the little village of Cheswardine which isn't even given a mention in the guide. Discovered the route was uphill all the way but it was only about a mile and a half and I knew it would be easier on ...

      Droitwich to Wombourne

      A travel blog entry by jamesandhazel on Aug 18, 2013

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      ... br> In the final pound before the River Severn, the water levels were much higher than they should be, covering the lock landings, and flowing over the top gates of the final lock. We found later that Andy had had the same experience.

      Once out on the river we had a pleasant cruise upstream, no problems at Holt Lock, and plenty of mooring space at the Lenchford Inn, where we stopped.

      Our meal at the Lenchford Inn was very mediocre. We will not go back ...

      Gailey on our way

      A travel blog entry by hazelgault on Aug 20, 2012

      ... more than made up for it. I think we have had our hottest day yet since we started out in April. We are now moored with a view of the M^ on our left across the fields and some new housing on our right. Too tired to go any further today. Might have a wander around the village tonight after the Archers if my legs have recovered.