The Old Forge

Address: Chapel Hill, Compton Abbas, Dorset, England, SP70NQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Chapel Hill, Compton Abbas, is near Kelmscott Manor, Maiden Castle, Buscot House, and Uffington Castle.
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      A regret

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Nov 09, 2014

      1 comment

      ... actually made me happier.  Talking to people who had gone.  Seeing the Armed Forces come in for a pint.  That made me happy.  I'm not sure how that works, but I guess life has a strange way of turning itself inside out and fixing things.  One thing is for sure, there is no way I'm missing 11/11.  Lisa ...

      Weird or crazy and does it matter anyway?

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 22, 2014

      4 comments, 18 photos

      ... we'll have a bright blue sky above us and an unnatural late September warmth. As I have recounted many times across the world, there is no better place to be than England when the weather is good but unfortunately it's not often good. If this prolonged, unseasonable summery spell continues I'll have to reappraise the ending. It may be autumn, but I have spring in my stride and I'm feeling downright cocky. Life is good walking like this and Debby, ...

      YAY! We;re back!!!

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 25, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... owned and managed by one man - known as "the Lord of the Manor". All residences and business sites (including a Red Lion Hotel) are owned by the Lord and are rented by the residents and business owners. There is only one street in the town. It is made entirely of stones harvested from the beach. No motor vehicle traffic is allowed in the town. For visitors unable to walk the very steep incline of the stone ...

      The Cotswold trip

      A travel blog entry by lez429 on Jun 09, 2014

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... a couple of days ago so we are walking through crops and not a lot of variation in elevation. Today we walked through crops of rape seed ( used to make canola oil) , barley and wheat fields, and fields of bright red poppies. It's funny, with the Right To Roam laws we travel through the middle of farm property. They plow and plant their fields with the Cotswold Way paths in mind leaving a swath through the field that is easy for us to see and follow. Several of us are ...


      A travel blog entry by cathterry on Oct 27, 2013

      18 photos

      ... regard. Not a complaint, most definitely not a complaint, but I can see little pics of me in one amazing place one day, and then an equally amazing place another day, it's the getting there that's not seen. And getting there in amongst millions and millions of people, all speaking differing languages is most definitely character building. So our brief look at Venice. Blows your mind. Pictures don't go this place justice. It's 9ish when we arrive, I'm in a light ...