Old Crown Coaching Inn

Address: Market Place, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, England, SN7 7HU, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Market Place, Faringdon, is near Maiden Castle, Kelmscott Manor, and Buscot House.
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      A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Feb 03, 2015

      6 comments, 2 photos

      ... trip back in June and it's all a bit surreal that it's finally arrived.    I thought it would be a good idea to write this first entry before we leave to outline our trip and for you to deicide whether you want to actually read this blog every couple of days for the next five months! We will be departing from Heathrow at 20:15 on Thursday and be arriving in Bangkok (Via a stop-off in Dubai) at 18:05 on Friday evening. I think Bangkok is ...

      Thursday 8 August

      A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Aug 08, 2013

      11 photos

      ... the Folly at the top. Fantastic views of the rolling hills. We decided to have dinner at a local pub recommended by the manager of the supermarket. The Bell Hotel was a really traditional English pub. They love mushy peas here - looks like green vomit to me. We had a yummy meal - not with mushy peas! then back to the Stanford for a cuppa, then bed. I'm just waiting to hear from Gemma and Liam and then lights out. Good night, ...


      A travel blog entry by elysetopher on Dec 09, 2012

      8 photos

      ... which all come under Oxford University. The buildings were amazing and from what we could see by peering through the giant doors the grounds were immaculate and exquisite. Usually you can go into the colleges to see inside but being a Sunday they were not open until the late afternoon and some were quite expensive. We were quite happy admiring them from the outside ...

      "The Bill"

      A travel blog entry by jbushie on Sep 30, 2012

      12 photos

      ... our steps about 10km in search of the Uffington White Horse. Ian, Hilary and I scale the hill to visit the 3000 year old chalk figure of crushed chalk in trenches in a 300 feet long image of a horse. It is another National Trust property and surprisingly, the public are able to walk right up to the chalk lines, albeit after a steep climb. I wonder why, like Stonehenge, it is not fenced off for it's own protection. The panoramic ...


      A travel blog entry by sparsel on Apr 02, 2011

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... an hour through the English countryside and the scenery wasn't too shabby.

      When we arrived in Oxford we had no place to stay. We had sent out many emergency couch request to no avail. Due to this, we set out to find a hostel but everything was completely full! We were officially homeless again--but this isn't something new. We found a cafe with free wifi and searched for a place to stay but everything seemed either too far away or too expensive. Finally I decided ...