The Red House Hotel

Parkhouse Cross, Cholderton, Wiltshire, England, SP4 0EG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Parkhouse Cross, Cholderton, is near Cholderton Farm and Durrington Walls.
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    Travel Blogs from Cholderton

    Saturday in England, it must be Bath

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 11, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... ageing princess beneath the vines. A break, a beverage and a bowl of chips see us ready to walk the locality while it is still light. Narrow streets without footpaths are a little unnerving but the no through town means very few cars. Walking across a stone bridge that spans the Avon with a toll keepers house on one end and a crystal clear river underneath with the mandatory swans foraging on the spot in a quick flowing river. The Navigator has a new book and opts for it over ...

    Charmed

    A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Oct 11, 2014

    2 comments, 21 photos





    I have felt included in so many ways during my stay, meeting
    her friends, and participating in her regular activities. That sense of
    belonging and community, even if it must shift again and again as I travel, is
    vital to my well-being. And as though that weren’t enough, almost every day she
    pops me in the car to take me to yet another site which is saturated ...

    Left to our own Devizes

    A travel blog entry by jayton on Apr 02, 2013

    2 comments

    ... Why are the locks so interesting? They are on the Kennet and Avon Canal which connects Bristol to the Thames. The 29 locks have a rise of 237 feet in 2 miles (72 m in 3.2 km). Doesn't sound much but you have to see them to appreciate just how big a task this is. The locks come in three groups. The lower seven locks are spread over 1.2 km, the next sixteen locks form a steep flight in a straight line up the hillside ...

    London Bound and Plane People Watching

    A travel blog entry by charlyh2012 on Sep 06, 2012

    1 comment

    ... of us were moving. We could see the flight attendants looking at us but we both knew they hadn't even done last call yet so we were extremely happy just to chill out until the moment we both knew we HAD to move otherwise we would have been left behind. Then we both moved so quick that there was a sprint to make it to the plane first! haha. He was actually a nice guy and he was sat behind me all the way to London!
    I was on a China Southern flight and I love a good Chinese but ...

    Travelling Day from Hell and Newbury

    A travel blog entry by markandnoma2009 on Dec 23, 2011

    2 comments

    Well, we arrived into Holyhead port in good time at around noon. The GPS indicated the trip back to Patchways was about 4 hours. So we set off for an afternoon of driving. Unfortunately, it turned into a bit of a nightmare because there were bad traffic jams on the M6. Basically the trip back took us 7 seven hours instead of 4, and poor Hudson was not a happy chappy. Screaming fairly solidly for a good ...