The Pride of the Valley

Address: Jumps Road, Churt, Surrey, England, GU10 2LE, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

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

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Travel Blogs from Churt

The 24 hours of flying has almost begun

A travel blog entry by hrw on Apr 30, 2015

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... to have both mum and nan at the airport as well as Coles family to see us off! Never waved so many times in the space of a few mins. The security guys had a few odd looks for us but who cares. Fingers crossed us and BOTH our bags make it to Auckland in one piece and at the same time! See you in September ...

Visiting Paddy and Mike in Norfolk

A travel blog entry by helenbond1953 on Jan 09, 2015

5 comments, 16 photos

... wandering around the shops not buying much in the end but just enjoying the pre Christmas displays. There were a couple of nice shops but Oh so expensive. On one occasion I found a rather nice sweater and as I was trying it on, Eugene appeared. I announced that I would get it as it was £59! I thought this was the price I read on the ticket which was reasonable and it was on the sale rack. Well, there must be something wrong with my eyesight as the shop assistant put her ...

LONDON/SINGAPORE

A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 20, 2014

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... I remembered that we could redeem our train cards! - they're worth £5 each - get our phone money back!!!! Luckily we asked, before we'd swiped our way out, where we could cash them in - at Paddington, so we raced back down the escalator and caught the next train to Paddington. No trouble and we got £10.10 back!!! It was almost 1pm by then and we had decided to call the cabbie and see if he could pick us up earlier, at 2pm, Ok. 1.10pm we got to Jessie - she was ...

A Magical Family History Tour

A travel blog entry by barbeisele on Jul 20, 2014

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In 1300 AD, the inhabitants of Putney constructed a church on the banks of the River Thames. St. Mary's Church has withstood two fires and wars, only to be repaired and restored. In the mid 1600's, the Putney Debates, one of the first discussions of the attributes of democracy, took place at the church. Fast forward to the twentieth century: James Mitchell raised his family of six daughters at 52 Lacy Road, near the place of his ...

Goodbye England Hello Adventure

A travel blog entry by mat_hill88 on May 01, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

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The passport check point in the USA has a way of making you feel like you've got something to hide even when the worst thing you've ever done wouldnt even make them bat an eye lid. I feel they get off of on having this sense of power. Dam them and there finger print scanners!

Finding my bag on the carrousel brings an instant sense of freedom and excitement of not knowing how the next hours may turn out. Walking out of the ...