Tudor Farmhouse Hotel

Address: High Street, Clearwell, Gloucestershire, England, GL16 8JS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on High Street, Clearwell, is near Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway and Cinderbury Iron Age Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Clearwell

    Fancy a round? Yes. (Golf and/or drinks).

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Aug 12, 2015

    27 photos

    ... to Belas Knap an ancient monument. If the English use the descriptor 'ancient' you know it's really old. They are pretty liberal with 'antique', 'aged' and terms like 'ye olde' but ancient means that - ancient. Belays Knap is 'just' a mound that was uncovered by a farmer,whilst ploughing his field but it's dated at 5500 BC and contains the remains (as if they would alive!) of at least 5 individuals. It's quite a site and a welcome landmark because it's at the top of a long ...

    Royal Crescent, Gardens, American Mus., Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 05, 2015

    23 photos

    ... You can no longer walk up to and between the stones as it is roped off and you walk around it on a gravel path. It is still impressive. Having seen the Avebury stone circles a couple of days ago, the stones here are much bigger and closer together. They also seem more complete. While some say you can skip Stonehenge if you’ve seen Avebury, we’re glad we did both as they are each unique in their own ...

    Tour of Bath

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... valuable in today’s currency, it is the sheer quantity from a 200 year span that is impressive.

    When we finished at the Baths, we walked around the corner to the Huntsman Inn to attend the ‘Bizarre Bath’ Street theatre at 8. It’s a combination walk around Bath with humorous commentary and a bit of magic. If you like British humor at all, this is a really fun evening out and a good way to walk off ...

    Day 7 - Romantic Road, Cotswolds

    A travel blog entry by bksgetaways on May 20, 2014

    18 photos

    ... eating that all day but the Thais needed the bread and we needed to get going for our drive of the countryside.

    We stopped to see the horses on the way down the driveway and to take a picture of the car
    that I was hoping to get back in one piece. The Romantic Road is a 43 mile winding journey through the Cotswolds. The narrow roads have me seriously wondering about how this drive will go...especially on the left. The first stop was Hailes Abbey, which was ...

    Bath: the final bells and balls

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 30, 2014

    5 comments, 18 photos

    ... looking forward to this visit for some time. I had heard and read a great deal about it over the years. As I walked up the stone lined road I became quite excited. In the middle of this tiny village is a huge Abbey with its school attached. Just as I came close to the church, a monk appeared and we introduced ourselves. Having explained that I was an oblate, he explained that he was Oblate master at Downside Abbey. His name was Father Alexander. He pointed me in the right direction ...