White Horse Hotel

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

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

Lincoln, 15-22 Aug 2014

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 26, 2014

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... has a medieval library, built 1422, and the Wren Library (1676) which was designed by Christopher Wren. It has a stained glass window (the Dean’s Eye) which was completed in 1235.

We stayed in a hotel at Brayford Pool where the Fossdyke Navigation Canal meets the River Witham. There is a marina and pathways along the waterfront. We had a couple of interesting walks along the canal – lots of narrow boats ...

Lincolnshire

A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Aug 10, 2014

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... of seagulls! We then visited the Museum of Lincolnshire Life which reflects the history and culture of the people of Lincolnshire. The museum is housed in a former military barracks built in,uhghg 1857 and on display are many early cars, farming equipment, train engines and a WW1 tank. Other areas are set up to represent different skills and occupations eg. basket maker, ironmongery, draper, post office,chemist etc. We ended our stay with a lovely Indian meal in the ...

Wells to Hunstanton

A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 08, 2014

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... a bit of a dive. However, the room was very nice. Fortunately we arrived just in the nick of time as no sooner had we got into the hotel than is started to rain and it didn't stop until the next morning and included some spectacular gales and heavy rain overnight.

Evening meal was in a nice bistro just around the corner so we managed to run there without getting too wet.

Today 35K, overall ...

Another bit of history

A travel blog entry by wendymoz on Jul 16, 2014

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Good day exploring Lincoln. Only drawback ... such steep streets. Climbed our way up to Lincoln Cathedral and Castle. Originally built in the time of William the Conquorer (11th centuary) when he wanted the two built so close because he didn't want to walk too far to church from home!!
The town is built by a pretty river/canal in a deep valley. It was a real gem of a place. Had lunch with Robin and Stella on a boat restaurant. Enjoying fabulous ...

Brancaster to Wells next the Sea 12.5m. 20k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jun 22, 2014

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... all the way to our B&B to deliver Robin's wash bag which he had left behind at Valley Farm cottage!! It was a beautiful walk, first of all through the marshes and mud flats to Burnham Overy and it's windmill, then Burnham Overy Staithe where we had coffee. The path had been breeched in severa places during the winter storms,as it was on top of a flood wall. It lead eventually to ...

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