Wickwoods Country Club, Hotel & Spa

Address: Shaves Wood Lane, Albourne, West Sussex, England, BN6 9DY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Shaves Wood Lane, Albourne, is near Devil's Dyke, The Treatment Rooms, Washbrooks Family Farm, and Ditchling Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Albourne

    Czeching out the East

    A travel blog entry by ba2015 on Aug 18, 2015

    45 photos

    ... some ridiculously cheap happy hour beers. The next day saw another great tour (this time of the Jewish quarter) followed by more great food and cheap beer. We delighted in just wondering around the place, soaking up the young, friendly atmosphere and taking in the fantastic architecture. We left very early the next morning to see Auschwitz, not a pleasant experience but one we felt we had to go through and certainly well worth it. Then, in desperate need of cheering ...

    Where to begin and when

    A travel blog entry by birteuk on May 18, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... at least I am good with that. And I also might want to start squirrelling away some money as otherwise I will be VERY thin once I come back. Or minus one hand as I tried to steal a loaf of bread. It is now the middle of June and I think most of the planning is done. I reserved a transfer from Ljubljana airport to my accommodation. Now all that needs to be done is wait for my annual leave to arrive, buy some ...


    A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Aug 17, 2014

    43 photos

    ... We had to queue to see the remains of the Marie Rose but it was well worth the wait. She was built in 1509 on the orders of Henry VIII and became the flag ship of the kings fleet for his first French war. She capsized in the Solent on 15th. July 1545 during a skirmish with the French fleet. On 11th October 1982, the hull was raised and towed into ...

    A Visit to the Shard.

    A travel blog entry by lindasharp on Mar 04, 2014

    25 photos

    ... more of you, the same to the right and in front and even from behind,...this not so pretty. so a very funny experience to have. I had some fun in this little room. Then I washed my hands with a view of London at the basins. Brilliant.

    Of course, we also had to go to the very top of the building 69 floors up. Again great views and here they have sort of i-pads attached to telescopes and as you point the telescope towards ...

    Booking in and terminal

    A travel blog entry by gilldave on Jan 29, 2013


    After mustafa dropped us off and gill had her last fag for 8 hours we proceeded to zone e for checking in. Daves case was slightly over probably as gill wanted to bring all hers toys and was embarrassed to put them in her case! Gill's was under and was annoyed as she could have packed ...