The Wheelwrights Arms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walk. Walking along a road I come to a sign pointing to an aquaduct. I went looking for AS but found OS instead. It was a magnificent two lane aqueduct built over the River Avon (1805) with a junction at one end big enough for the boats to turn around or to change direction from one canal to another. The canal has many boats moored on the side. Many of them are occupied. Some by grey nomads with bicycles on top while others have young families in them. Adventuring oldies ...
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 ...
... sounds British. .
Rosemary is a vicar’s widow, and is very involved in the village
Anglican church. We have interesting conversations about religion and the gay
issue. There are two gay couples living nearby, one of which attended the
service on Sunday. It is hard for her to imagine the kind of fundamentalism I came
out of, and the ways that issue is handled in ...
... A flock
of pheasants near the road, their feathers burnished and gleaming, and my first
glimpse of stone fences, and I was hooked.
There have been many times in the past 20 years when the
rural UK was near the top of my travel list. Times when I had vivid dreams, and
woken up feeling I’d already been there. Only recently, when my love affair
with Italy consumed me, did I forget my curiosity about the North. It’s ...
... It rings the bell on the hour. Its mechanics are complex but a large, rough rock acts as a counterbalance. Both clumsy and extraordinarily finely tuned at the same time, the craft of the old smithy still has many horologists coming to visit the town every year, just to study it. Castle Comb was almost an idealised vision of country English village, but is actually real. I am not quite sure that that is fair. I am sure Lady Bracknell, ("The Importance of Being ...