The Wheelwrights Arms
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... lose permanent feeling in my feet. It seemed impossible to get warm. We went to Wells Golf Club for lunch, then said goodbye to Graham and Christine, before heading home to get changed for our family photo shoot. We all 'frocked up' and drove over to just past Meare to have some family portraits taken. Am excited to see how they turn out. Quiet night in tonight playing Rummikub, and pizza for dinner. Both Jen and Jonah are poorly with colds so they had an early ...
... floor had sauna's. This was amazing. Four different scented round sauna's (Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Eucalyptus and Menthol, and lemon). Each one had stone benches around the inside perimeter which could have sat around 20 people. They were all really hot though and you could only stand around 10 mins in each. On the perimeter of this room there were cold showers you could cool down with, and deck chairs where you could relax in and chill out. The first floor was ...
... today. Hands needed gloves, and heads needed hats. We found respite in a greasy spoon for lunch, then walked back along the beach and picked up some local fudge and toffee for gifts. It's funny how the ocean is about half a kilometre from the shore. And it's not called Weston Super Mud for no reason! On the way home we called in to Garden World where the ...
... shopping. We stopped for a hot chocolate at Starbucks, then picked up Nicky's birthday present (a nice watch). Steve took Jonah down to his old Rugby club to catch up with some old friends, before joining us back home for lunch. Jen and I headed over to Shepton Mallet again in the afternoon to pick up some Xmas presents from Argos. Nothing much else happening today. Only other thing to note was the kids sleeping in till 7am. Think we're over the jet ...
... clotted ice cream. They had a ball! Around 4pm we put our coats and boots on yet again and headed to see Geoff's Aunt Ann in Dobwells. Again, everyone had turned out to see us (not sure if we are a novelty or not??) and Anne's daughter and her family were there, and her son Richard as well. More tea, coffee, scones & biscuits followed. We left there around 6pm and arrived home around 8pm. Kids fell asleep 20mins after leaving. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking