Warner Leisure Hotels Littlecote House Hotel

Address: Hungerford, Hungerford, Berkshire, England, RG17 0SU, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Hungerford, Hungerford, is near Kennet & Avon Canal and River Kennet.
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    Travel Blogs from Hungerford

    Our Final Cycle

    A travel blog entry by giselapur on Jul 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... the sunshine. The afternoon was mainly on B roads and pretty straightforward riding. We passed a white horse on a hillside and Kalena has since read up all about them as there are several white horses around here. They are ancient but it seems not much is known about them really. It was very hot at times and we were a bit sunburnt by the time we arrived in Hungerford at 5.30pm and we estimate 65-70 miles today. Cecily arrived ...

    College town

    A travel blog entry by pglbwheeler on May 12, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... covered market which has small shops within a larger hall. It's an old covered market that has been updated for tourists but still has the tea shops, butcheries, cheese stores and other food stores.

    It would drizzle, rain and stop. When it stopped, we headed for the nearest pub. This was pub grub day and after some food, wine, and a half of beer we ...

    Kintbury, Hungerford and South Cernsey, Sun Dec 9

    A travel blog entry by memedfamily on Dec 09, 2012

    8 photos

    Fiona's Comments:

    The loo blocked up and at 5am poor Zed was trying to unblock it. No luck and we all had to use the downstairs loo and make sure the kids didn't flush the upstairs loo in case it overflowed. We were all joking about it - except for Zed - who hadn't enjoyed tackling the loo so early in the morning. Merle commented how they can put people on the moon but still can't sort out the loos in her part of the world.Merle was out for the day and was the ...

    Oxford via Blenheim Palace, then the Cotswolds

    A travel blog entry by cullism on Sep 28, 2011

    4 photos

    ... walking for what seemed like miles we came to a bridge which would enable us to reach the Acorn (our guest house). What we quickly discovered was that our pleasant walk had taken us miles from our street. I am not exaggerating. A lady in a corner store told me, with a look of sympathy, that Iffley Road was a long, long way away. I was almost afraid to tell Margaret, who had come to the end of her resources. Over a large glass of lemonade we (Margaret) decided that we would catch a ...

    Flying High

    A travel blog entry by ddiamond on Jul 21, 2010

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... shrift in the evangelical conversation.

    So today I am going to say that God does the part that only He can do and he authorizes the place of the person to bring ontological sensibilities into a world through creative processes like law, pedagogy, art, and also, dare I say, the boundaries of theological expression. I am glad I am here having conversations with Buddhists, atheists, humanists, Hindus and skeptics.

    On Saturday, ...