Star Inn

Watery Lane, Wantage, Oxfordshire, England, OX12 9PL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Watery Lane, Wantage, is near French Brothers Ltd, Uffington Castle, and Wayland's Smithy.
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    Travel Blogs from Wantage

    The V and A and the Ritz!!

    A travel blog entry by marionburton on Sep 11, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... Circus, Harrods, Hyde Park etc. We were dropped at the Ritz Hotel and were to be seated at 1.20 to be served at 1.30. We had 3 tables for our group and each setting had it's own tea strainer, jug of milk and menu. There were many types of tea to choose from, I chose lapsong Formosa, and we were each brought our own silver tea pot with the tea of our choice. We are all acting like school children by this time, enjoying the special treatment, they are ...

    Jet Lag and The First Week In The UK

    A travel blog entry by annesherratt on May 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... out to find lunch, I took Jess to visit the flock of black sheep and lambs, and bought 2 doz big fat free range eggs from the farm next door. Finally we were on the road back to Henley and Swiss Farm with our lovely friends Paula and Dave who run the camping ground. Such a Welcome Home. Arrangements have been made for a proper catch up to share travel stories....theirs about an Eight Week Odyssey To India....ours The Journey from London to NZ via the Canary's, ...

    Hills

    A travel blog entry by timothy.rooster on Oct 05, 2013

    2 photos

    After the flatness of the Netherlands, all curvature in the landscape is a nice change of pace. All hills, no matter how small, remind of my idealized few years living as a child in hilly Germany. I enjoy speeding downhill dangerously fast and I welcome the challenges of uphill struggles. The trouble is that every time I bicycle I arrive soaked with sweat. Now to solve this problem I bike in sport clothes, bringing my formal ...

    Of birds and batteries

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 02, 2013

    2 photos

    ... and I think it drove the point home (pun!).

    When I got back I found that someone had left a Post-It note of random classroom set-up jobs on my computer station in the office. It said things like "White boards to Wag Kit 1, 4, Staircase 18" and “3 tables to JCR.” No one in the office could tell me where the Post-It came from, but I walked around to the rooms and quickly realized that none of the things on the list had been done, so I ...

    Walkin' in Sunshine

    A travel blog entry by becklett on Mar 11, 2012

    1 comment

    ... that bordered the property. We were inclined to climb over the fence, criminals that we were, but at the last minute, our sanity returned and we walked through the pedestrian gate like everyone else. The walking path, known as the Broad Ride, seemed to go on for miles (it was actually just a mile) and it appeared to be lined up with the church bell tower. However, when we took a path across the fields to get to the opposite side of the property, we realized that ...