The Polebarn Hotel

Address: Polebarn Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England, BA14 7EG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Polebarn Road, Trowbridge, is near Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Great Chalfield Manor, Peto Garden at Iford Manor, and Belas Knap.
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    Travel Blogs from Trowbridge

    The English Countryside Greets Us Well

    A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 07, 2015

    4 photos

    ... earnestness, while he slowly chewed his steak. This elicited giggles from me, as the two had a bit of a staring contest, or battle of wills, over the steak - but it was no contest. Rob was not about to share. My laughter mingled with the low-key energy and comfortable conversation and laughter of those around us.

    We noticed a few things as we took it all in. One, the "personal bubble" of individuals seems to be smaller here. Or it was this night, ...

    Becky's Beginning...

    A travel blog entry by sarahandbecky on Sep 06, 2015

    ... away with us. She settled upon a 35 square foot container which was neatly and conveniently delivered to our door for us to fill up and then removed and put into storage. Pretty handy when you have ONLY ONE day in which to pack and NO car, I gave mine back and Sarah's was taking a holiday on a farm off road. So... once again we reflected upon the contents of our lives filling a wooden box, it does make one wonder whether or ...

    Stonehenge and Bath

    A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Sep 05, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Viewed the prehistoric setting of Stonehenge and later the Roman Baths in get this the city of Bath (makes sense huh). But Bath is also a Georgian city with extensive architecture built largely during the 17th and 18th century.

    Stonehenge is actually small, but it is remarkable that people without the wheel or equipment with which to hoist could have developed this place. These stones were moved over many miles before placement.



    A travel blog entry by darylheather on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Medieval Baths had finally subsided we took the opportunity to visit them These ancient baths, which of course gave Bath its name were first built around the natural hot springs by the Romans between the 1st and 5th centuries. They fell into disrepair and more buildings were built on top of them, and then in the 1600's they were rediscovered and became popular with the rich and famous. ...


    A travel blog entry by laurenhamster on Oct 23, 2012

    It's here, the day I fly to Australia. Still need to finish packing. ..oops. I'm leaving for the airport at about 1:30pm, my flight isn't until 9:30pm this evening, I can't wait to get there!

    Oh well I better get a wriggle on, see you on the other ...