Brook Whipper-In Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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What a difference a pub makes 2. Again really good food and some fine cider has come to the rescue. What pub shuts at 3 to open again at 6? Again the answer is the Mt Inn at Stanton. Magnificent view over the village and into the setting sun and equally good food. Scotch duck egg and foie gras with caramelised onion for entrees and gammon and Gloucestershire spotted sausage (each of those are 2 dishes not 1 ...
... should be allowed to do it. The laws are too strict in the UK for that privilege to be obtained as easily, which is a shame because it’s a wonderful experience to be part of something so special. I’m not prone to displays of emotion, but watching my two friends exchange wedding their wedding vows with such love and conviction was a deeply moving experience. It’s probably a good thing that my tear ducts have dried up after decades of repression or ...
Lovely comfy bed, but oh boy, is it really July. We were both so cold, at least the heating is efficient. After a good sort out, finding various cubby holes, we packed everything tightly into all the cupboards and drawers. By this time it had started to rain, but we decided to go out for another practice drive. So we set off for Market Bosworth. After trying to find the battle site, being taken down ...
- Right, where do I start? Jayne and I volunteered to clean the washrooms this morning, seemed the right thing to do. After 2 hours were we having second thoughts? No not really, there is something truly satisfying about a job well done. A quick cuppa and the weekends campers, caravanners and motorhomes started to arrive. There are 2 rallies and a charity hog roast on over the weekend so a lot of people were booked in. It has been a steady stream from around 9am until about ...
... none. The first Duke's mother was Lucy Walter who was 'serviced' by Charles II. Lucy Walters was described as a 'beautiful, bold, but insipid creature'.