Tottington Manor Hotel

Address: Edburton, West Sussex, England, BN5 9LJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Edburton, West Sussex, is near Devil's Dyke, West Pier, Washbrooks Family Farm, and South Downs Way National Trail.
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      The Intrepid Adventurers return home

      A travel blog entry by susieanddavid on Apr 23, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... turned the temperature setting down and opened the windows. The house was tidy and the kids had done a good job of looking after themselves and the house. Emily, Ollie and Caitlin cooked breakfast for all of us and it was great to sit around the dining room table and tell a few tales of our holiday adventures. We were asked the question, "Will you do this sort of holiday again?" Your guess is as good as our's, but Susie was not convinced that we would ever complete another Travel ...

      The "Soap Opera Mucked-Up" Stuarts

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 21, 2013

      ... with your face towards the gin-shop, your back to the church”

      1714, Queen Anne died at age 49 as her gout turned malignant on her. It took 18 men to carry her coffin and the corners of a rounded arch in the church had to be chipped to get the coffin inside. Remember that 52 people had been bypassed to get to Electress Sophia of Hanover but she died a couple of months before Anne so George I of ...

      Chapter Fifteen - Heritage Day

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Oct 08, 2012

      3 comments, 34 photos

      ... Droxford we proceed to Alresford, where my parents moved after retiring. This is a lovely village that still has lots of life. In fact it seems to be even more active today; it’s close to Winchester and is a popular tourist destination. As a perfect ending we take my mother’s favourite walk beside the River Itchen, where she loved feeding the ducks, to the charming cottage called the Fulling ...

      My leaving drinks

      A travel blog entry by dodotheexplorer on Aug 27, 2012

      ... those guys and gals. We went through a lot over especially the last months. ☺ further I got as well an England flag. That was amazing as I am collecting flags from all the countries I visited. The best was a little charm which is a hart with the Uk flag on it. So cute and I love it. I can't thank them so much for it. After that we drove them to Crompton's. There were a few people waiting already which is great. We had a few drinks and a lot ...

      Nell Gwyn, social climber

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jan 26, 2012

      ... br> In November 1666, the theatres were reopened. By 1667, Nell had become a mistress. Charles Sackville, later Earl of Dorsett became Nell’s lover. She was still with Charles I but she called Charles Sackville “Charles II”. Her affair with Charles II didn’t last long and was over by summer’s end but now she had a reputation. No more “Orange Girl” but is ...