White Horse Hotel

29 West Street, Alford, Lincolnshire, England, LN13 9DG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Alford

Brancaster to Wells next the Sea 12.5m. 20k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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... a massive stretch of sand over three miles long, which we walked on as far as Lady Anne's Walk at Holkham Gap.Here we encountered crowds of people as there was a car park nearby. They thinned out on the walk along the track towards Wells, but when we reached the Lifeboat Station at the beach end of the long harbour wall, the place was packed and the car park full. An overflow car ...

Hunstanton to Brancaster 10m 16k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

9

... As there was nowhere to eat near our B&B we decided to have lunch at the Ship Inn. We both had dressed crab from Cromer, and salad--very tasty. The church was opposite so we had a look in the churchyard and found a Fidderman gravestone--one of Nanny Truman's distant relatives. Back on the Path, we skirted Brancaster, walking on boardwalks beside the marshes which opened ...

Sedgeford to Hunstanton

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

9

... the resort up to the present. It all started with the arrival of King Edmund and his early demise, being murdered by the marauding Danes. The story is told about a wolf showing the towns people who were looking for his remains, where he was buried. The railway came and went, as did the peri, washed away in a storm. Also the massive swimming pool and boating lake came and went over time. Now there are some ugly building ...

Antique shops

A travel blog entry by julieandnick

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... lady. Really tempted to buy it at £68 but concerned about the weight and Julie admired a necklace for £26. Said we would have a drink and discuss if we buy or not. Had the worst latte, the milk had been burnt, and it had no taste. Julie had a chocolate thick shake which she said tasted like coffee. I had a sip and it had no taste ( are my taste buds going along with my sense of smell?). Asked the cafe owner where else to look for antiques and ...

Small Kindnesses

A travel blog entry by finneganwalker

... blanket and coat. There was this typical looking man strolling down the road with his wife and when he passed this homeless man he broke off from his wife and instead of tossing some coins in his direction, started talking to him. After a couple of minutes he crossed the street and bought a burger, chips and coffee for him. After handing them over he then pulled out his wallet again and gave ...

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This hotel, located on 29 West Street, Alford, is near Alford Manor House.
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