Warner Cricket St. Thomas Hotel

Address: Chard, Chard, Somerset, England, TA20 4DD, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Chard, Chard, is near Forde Abbey & Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Chard

    Cornwall to Lyme Regis, Dorset

    A travel blog entry by epring on Jun 06, 2015

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    We were sad to leave our wild spot of Cornwall, but we had s perfect day of travel across Dartmoor. Parts of it were wild and isolated. All the Dartmoor ponies had new foals and all the new born lambs were prancing about. The Dartmoor prison looked suitably grey, Victorian and forbidding. We called in to Castle Drogo, a national trust property which had a beautiful garden. Our Lyme ...

    Day 15: Wiltshire - Mere again

    A travel blog entry by marcle on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... amp; Clem & I started exploring the town. We walked all over & saw some very interesting areas. There are some really old & beautiful homes here. We have come to the conclusion that a lot of the people who live in this village are quite well off, as there are so many fancy & expensive cars.
    By the time we had walked back home we were exhausted & had done over our 10,000 steps ...

    Crop Circles in Somerset

    A travel blog entry by harryabroad on Jun 05, 2015

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... was the road, oh really...****!!!

    We spent the day down at Lyme Reges which is a very odd name for a pebble beach on the Jurassic coast. It was like a scene from Doc Martin's and was about as quintessential English as it comes. It is famous for its fossils and we fossicked, Darren found two little ones whilst us girls (Bev, Mum and I) paddled in the Chanel which is a fair few degrees cooler than our oceans.
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    Sammy the seal at Torquay

    A travel blog entry by fayforty on Aug 20, 2013

    6 photos

    ... that looked out over the sea. At Torquay we walked along the broad-walk and Narelle, Simon and I went on a Ferris Wheel. The water looked really good but was way to cold for us to swim. Because it's school holidays here there were a lot of people. We came home and as usual I helped make a fire in the fireplace to help keep us warm (as well as ...

    The English Riviera.

    A travel blog entry by alison.seeds on Jun 20, 2013

    6 photos

    ... in today. The idea that we demolish houses back in Perth after 40 years in order to rebuild seems ludicrous when your wandering buildings nearly a century old. Very quaint. Meeting with Helen and Murray was a real treat. Not seeing them for 15 years didn't seem to matter. We chatted and laughed as they explained how life was for them in Torquay. Although it would have been nice to have had the beautiful sunny day that we'd had yesterday it was ...