Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre

Address: \N, Staffordshire, England, ST15 0NL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on \N, Staffordshire, is near Trentham Monkey Forest, Richmond Castle, Moddershall Oaks Health Spa, and Wedgwood Visitor Centre.
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    Almost here!

    A travel blog entry by gillb1954 on Jul 02, 2015

    3 comments

    It`s the day before the long awaited trip to the USA. The packing is complete. Martin and Sheila are starting the holiday early as they have tickets for Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons at the NEC so Chris and Gill will meet them at the airport tomorrow to check in at 6.30am. Our flight departs at 9.00am for Newark where we have about 4 hours to kill before flying onto Las Vegas.
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    The Pre-Adventure Begins

    A travel blog entry by rospol on Jul 01, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Feel the wind in your hair and the bugs of Britain.

    Up early. Packed and ready to ride.


    6am - Ros prepared a gourmet breakfast - berries and yoghurt followed by a cooked breakky and an English Breakfast.

    We shot off early to miss the traffic on our way to Shrewsbury. This was the first real test ride for 'the crossing of' the European border next week. It ended with a slightly sore ass (pol), gravel skids and hunger pains from the 3 hour trip but a ...

    Boating in Coventry

    A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jun 22, 2015

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... So it's out with the Sou-westers and in 45 minutes we make our way through the locks: the last boat of the day to do so. It's beautiful to watch this ancient system in operation, as we see the filling ponds on the side acting as reservoirs for the water flowing each way. Whew, that's quite a long day; we finish at 6.30 pm, mooring just down from the locks, and then head to the pub for dinner. It's a lovely little spot at Foxton wharves, we eat out in the glassed in area ...

    4th Day in England

    A travel blog entry by rkarolanne on Jan 26, 2014

    ... here dance more conservatively then Americans. It was defiantly interesting.

    I don't have much more to say at the moment because I can't seem to remember everything I wanted to say. I am still getting used to this terrible time change so I am kinda sleepy. I am sure I will have all sorts of new experiences to report about on Monday since thats the first day of classes. Until then, Cheers!
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    The castle

    A travel blog entry by tedandanne on Oct 15, 2013

    ... coffee a smashing walk after a medicre lunch in a wooden sjhak. Emsily and Robin rolly polly down a scupltured landscape and anne phiotphraphs dragon flies,. We invade stranrear and teir wonderfully staffed charit shops. Emily is a spanish lady and robin gets a bart tea shirt. Thomas trains and an apple gets us home via the pirate island park. Home for tea and good wine. Prada the. ...