The Kings Arms

Address: Midhurst Road, Fernhurst, Surrey, England, GU27 3HA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Midhurst Road, Fernhurst, is near West Dean Gardens, Cowdray Castle, and Ramster Gardens.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Kings Arms Fernhurst

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Fernhurst

Staines Bridge to Windsor

A travel blog entry by twovines on Nov 09, 2014

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... river takes us under the M25 and soon we find ourselves at Bell Weir Lock - built in 1817 and named after its keeper and ferryman, Charlie Bell. It's pretty enough but much like all the other locks. We continue on along the grassy path which is very wet and rather soft following yesterday's downpours. This brings us to Runnymede. It was somewhere here (no-one knows exactly) that wicked King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta in 1215...although it's said ...

Meg's Birthday

A travel blog entry by helseyj on Jul 31, 2014

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... cake made by Kate's sister, a rich chocolate cake made by Dave's fiancé, Rick and a meagre chocolate, strawberry roll by myself. The kids enjoyed the night, Layla playing and swimming in the pool with her best friend, Grace, Harry playing soccer with his friend Max and Pawa and Sam organising the music, lights and effects for the ...

On to London

A travel blog entry by roadmonkey on Jun 28, 2014

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... with Diane who took the train back into London and we to our car.
It was a slightly painful drive to our lodgings, but by 4:15 we were finally in our room. Ah, yes, the way to our room was a maze of stairs and doors, very funny. But the room is nice with nice beds and clean sheets. We went on a walk to the train station just to make sure we knew the way and of how long it took us.


Monday bike ride

A travel blog entry by floro on Feb 10, 2014

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... nine years, having been deemed “fully recovered”. After release from hospital in 1971, he began work as a storekeeper at John Hadland Laboratories, which manufactured thallium bromide-iodide infrared lenses used in military equipment. Soon after he began work, his foreman, Bob Egle, grew ill and died. Young had been making tea laced with poisons for his colleagues. A sickness swept through his workplace and, mistaken for a virus, was nicknamed the Bovingdon Bug. These cases ...

Eulogy to my friend - CS

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 08, 2013


... a birthday greeting. I got a message back from her husband that she was in the hospital and dying of breast cancer. OMG. I had no clue. She is someone I consider one of my best ex-pat friends. This was sad news indeed. Then yesterday I got on the computer to see another message from "her". Her husband wrote that she had died the previous night and the funeral was Friday. I had to cry and I am still tearing up that my friend ...