The Pride of the Valley

Jumps Road, Churt, Surrey, England, GU10 2LE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jumps Road, Churt, is near Alice Holt Forest and The Pilgrim's Way.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Pride of the Valley Churt

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Churt

The Final Chapter: I'm Coming Home!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark on May 13, 2014

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... new hostel provided a whole new group of people that we had the opportunity to meet and interact with. Even spending a few days with them, we were able to create special relationships with people who we probably will never see again! All of the people that I met during this trip have made just as much of an impact as the cities and places I visited. Being able to talk to people who have a completely different culture is so neat, and it really opens your eyes to the rest of the world ...

First day of the Honeymoon!!

A travel blog entry by capel on Feb 08, 2014

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... remind ourselves just how wondrous the world is and how we should cherish each day. It should also stop the constant texts from parents asking where we are ;)

So we set off from home at quarter to 4 and arrived at our kind friend Stuart's house who welcomed us in with croissants and tea to wake us up. Stuart chauffeured us to Heathrow providing a fantastic commentary to the areas and streets of London we travelled through. I forgot just how passionate Stuart is - I ...

Up, up and away

A travel blog entry by aandjwanderers on Sep 25, 2013

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... completely non eventful, just long. We arrived in Nairobi at 2:05am to one final announcement: Heathrow Airport Authority had suffered a catastrophic baggage system failure so many bags had not made the flight! Quite a lot of murmuring about a 5 hour delay and still not getting all the bags. Our names were not on the "bag lists" so with hopeful hearts we stood at the carousel so the bags were slowly off loaded-at another carousel. Once ...

Days 36 & 37: London

A travel blog entry by daniandmo on Jul 07, 2013

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Well, what a disaster of a night! We got to the airport with plenty of time to catch our flight. As we were boarding mum was saying how surprised she was that in six weeks we haven't had any delayed or cancelled flights, or any lost luggage or other airport issues. 20 minutes later, we were still 'boarding' and wondering how on earth our flight was going to leave on time. We had 5 minutes until departure and no one was on the plane yet! Eventually we did get ...

Heathrow to Vienna

A travel blog entry by fluffybunnyfeet on May 04, 2013

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... in e past this was a new thing to me. We flew over Canterbury, Liege, Coblenz and Linz, flying at 470 miles an hour and 37,000 feet. On landing we herded through passport control and then waited for our cases, the only fly was the fact that we didn't get our transfer to e hotel, hung around departures and nobody was waiting for us so we took a taxi to our hotel. We headed out on to the streets to explore, seeing the church, Hofburg Palace and the people's ...