Travelodge Stoney Cross Lyndhurst

Address: A31 Westbound, Lyndhurst, New Forest, Hampshire, England, SO43 7GN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on A31 Westbound, Lyndhurst, is near Paultons Park, Beaulieu, New Forest, and Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway.
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    Travel Blogs from Lyndhurst

    7 days to go!

    A travel blog entry by emillie1993 on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... 2 years ago today! before we stepped on Kenya soils and we knew nothing about beautiful Kenya until met the Kenyan children then we fell in love ever since, that's why we kept visiting! This trip would be my second time and Allys and Sara's third time. I will try my best to keep you lots updating during my stay in Kenya. I called Kenya a land of Love, Kindness and Joy ENJOY READING! ...

    Travelling through the counties

    A travel blog entry by thehammos on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... obviously a cheer leading competition on as lots of young girls (and boys) were dressed for cheerleading. There were bands playing and people dressed up and a general carnival atmosphere. From there to Hampshire to Lill and Mel's. Had Mel's famous curry and started getting ready for the European leg of our journey. Pub name for the day 'The Trout and ...

    Ships and more Ships

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... take away from the view. It is older than the Vasa in Stockholm but not a patch on it as far as what has been recovered.
    We still saw more museums and a display about Gallipoli which I felt was a bit controversial and downplayed our role. The last statement made mention of Australia and NZ using Gallipoli to foster a growing national identity while in Britain and France it is little mentioned. Sounds a bit colonialist to me. ...

    A wander in the town

    A travel blog entry by marionburton on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... and a scone with watercress in it, never had one like that before! On the way again and found my way to the Old Mill Stream, where a mill has been for over a thousand years. It is now fully restored and is a National Trust property. Further up the road, over the bridge I found the Chesil Rectory which has been turned into a restaurant. This black and white building dates back to the 15th century, built in 1450. It is the oldest commercial property ...

    Small Commute, Small Town

    A travel blog entry by travelindan on May 21, 2014

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    ... I left, I wondered what the small door underneath the stairs was and opened it up. It was a second bathroom! Of all the times I waited on the bathroom there was a hidden one on the first floor. It was so small I thought no way it could have been a room. To my surprise it was a cool little find. That would have came in handy the first day. I felt bad for taking up the bathroom for so long. This probably being TMI, but I have never had constipation in my life like I had after that ...