The Unicorn Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
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... house in it's day.
Then it was a long drive (for some!) to Blenheim Palace, the Churchill home and birthplace of Sir Winston. We only walked the grounds but it is still a fine Baroque building to admire.
Arrived late evening at our charming B&B above daytime tea rooms tired, but happy with our passage through ...
... The game ended up going to overtime, and I got a call from Tom that all the admin at Corpus were in the JCR watching the game together, so we left The Bear and watched the rest of the game with them.
After the game Natalie and I headed back to Pembroke because we'd planned our Anglo-American feast for tonight at midnight. Adam was working on his biscuits when we got back, which were a highlight of the meal because none of the Brits had ever had ...
... Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. The grounds consist of 2,000 formally landscaped acres and the home is humongous!
Blenheim Palace is a real Downton Abbey. The land was a gift from the Queen to John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough, for defeating Louis XIV’s French forces in 1704. Not only did Queen Anne give him the land, but she also built the palace for him, all at ...
... warm and welcoming and we enjoyed a pint at the local. Would love to stay here in summer and enjoy the countryside.
Stow-in-the-wold was just 2 km north and we arrived in the small medieval village and drove down the main street to our bed and breakfast Number 9. We were greeted by a very kind husband and wife who ran the 3 story, 3 bedroom B&B. We had the two top floors which both had their own personalities and very sweet.
... blue thing, is one thing. Knowing whether you're north or south of said junction when big blue thing appears on the horizon, is another...........And the back streets of Wolverhampton may be interesting to some, but........... We hit the Cotswolds about an hour late - but it didn't matter - there's nothing like being surrounded by incredible beauty to lift the spirits and rekindle the sense of whatever it ...