Vinyard Lodge

Address: 42 High Street, Hassocks, West Sussex, England, BN6 9RG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 42 High Street, Hassocks, is near Ditchling Beacon, The Treatment Rooms, Washbrooks Family Farm, and Ditchling Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Hassocks

    Finally Off!

    A travel blog entry by kerry.blackett on Apr 17, 2015

    3 photos

    ... drove me down to the local supermarket so that I could buy some food. Mrs P had left me a plate of food that I could reheat. Unfortunately the bananas were covered in ants but was hungry so moved the rest of the food onto a new plate and heated it up. The fish and local vegetables were tasty and even more so as I hadn't needed to cook. After food, I unpacked and headed to bed as I could hardly keep my eyes ...

    Surrey

    A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Aug 17, 2014

    43 photos

    ... for a walk through the grounds of Polesden Lacey with some breathtaking views of the Surrey hills. After buying Polesden Lacey in 1906, Mrs. Greville transformed it into the perfect setting to host her lavish parties. The Queen mother spent her honeymoon at Polesden Lacey.

    We went to Shere for lunch in the White Horse which was built in ...

    Great, quite dry and sunny time in UK

    A travel blog entry by lindasharp on Mar 10, 2014

    24 photos

    ... to one' basis with some friends too. Saw brother Dave when he came to 'scrounge' meals of Mum and Dad (family joke)... Visited Martin's Mum Jean and had some nice chats and cups of coffee and cakes with her. Stayed with my friends Bev and Ian, who had an evening where they had their last fire of the season, to use up all their old wood and stuff. Relaxing time. (Their cat George loved it too).

    I had a bit of culture too, ...

    Seeing my childhood hero

    A travel blog entry by monkies31 on Feb 15, 2013

    Sir David Attenborough is one of life's legends his passion and knowledge is the reason I took up learning about our natural world in the first place, from that I then developed a love for primates which then in turn grew a deep passion and love for orangutans. So I have ...

    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 ...