Woolley Grange

Address: Woolley Green, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England, BA15 1TX, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Woolley Green, Bradford-on-Avon, is near American Museum, Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Great Chalfield Manor, and Peto Garden at Iford Manor.
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    Travel Blogs from Bradford-on-Avon

    Catch up

    A travel blog entry by hubbardtim on Aug 12, 2015

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    So two months after the last entry it's time for an update. After our wonderful wwoofing experience in Austria we dashed off to Aosta, Italy. 650km in one day turned out to be too much. Too much for me on my first day of caffeine abstention, too much for Tim who had to drive the whole way as I sat moaning, melancholic and sore of head next to him and too much for Ethel, who stopped, sprawled across the campsite track. Some frantic ...

    Royal Crescent, Gardens, American Mus., Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 05, 2015

    23 photos

    ... You can no longer walk up to and between the stones as it is roped off and you walk around it on a gravel path. It is still impressive. Having seen the Avebury stone circles a couple of days ago, the stones here are much bigger and closer together. They also seem more complete. While some say you can skip Stonehenge if you’ve seen Avebury, we’re glad we did both as they are each unique in their own ...

    Tour of Bath

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... valuable in today’s currency, it is the sheer quantity from a 200 year span that is impressive.

    When we finished at the Baths, we walked around the corner to the Huntsman Inn to attend the ‘Bizarre Bath’ Street theatre at 8. It’s a combination walk around Bath with humorous commentary and a bit of magic. If you like British humor at all, this is a really fun evening out and a good way to walk off ...

    Farm shops

    A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Apr 04, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... oven right now, and the Lemon Drizzle Cake is for dessert.

    Farleigh Hungerford Castle was on our circuitous route, so we had a good long walk around its ruins. Sir Thomas Hungerford was the first recorded Speaker of the Parliament of England, and he built this castle, as a sign of his prestige, between 1377-1883. It was all very peaceful in the soft sunshine and there is no trace of yesterday's pollution.

    After ...

    Bath & Glastonbury

    A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 13, 2013

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    ... It's the Tower of St Michael's which was destroyed by a landslide. All that remains is the church tower. The Glastonbury Festival is held each year and it reminds us of Maleny with all the hippy shops and crystals etc. We had lunch at a cafe, I had salad and Garry tried a Cornish pastie which he said was excellent. It's raining as we leave. The next town is Street where Clark shoes are made with the pattern of the Tor on the ...