Yelf's Hotel

Address: 54 Union Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight, England, PO33 2LG, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 54 Union Street, Ryde, is near Flamingo Park, Isle of Wight Steam Railway, Rosemary Vineyard, and The Museum of Naval Firepower.
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    Travel Blogs from Ryde

    Four day sale starts today - Save 50% on two summertime escapes

    A travel blog entry by audreyatsea on Jun 12, 2015

    ... Azores & Madeira ( http://emailfredolsencruises.com/8ID-3G AN3-5O3VIU-1MXZEC-0/c .aspx ) 28th June 2015 • 13 nights Braemar • Dover • M1519 Cruise from £649pp​* Dover • Praia da Vitoria, Azores • Ponta Delgada, Azores • Funchal, Madeira (overnight) • Avilés,  Spain • Dover ( http://emailfredolsencruises.com/8ID-3G AN3-5O3VIU-1MXZED-0/c .aspx ) Scandinavian Islands & ...

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    A travel blog entry by atrikeandabike on Jun 05, 2015

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    We're not travelling by boat, plane or automobile! We're going for the quiet life using pedal power on our trike and bike. They've both been serviced now and ready to go. We've just got to pack our luggage (not too much though because of the weight). Our new rain capes arrived today and we have plenty of sun block too so I think we're prepared for anything the English weather can throw at us! More or less...

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    Now for the south of England

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... created by Marc Chagall, as they remembered his artwork from the Metz Cathedral!

    After the cathedral we visited the Information Centre which had a museum attached to it depicting life in Chichester from the Roman occupation up to WWII. We were also surprised that the Centre was built around the site of Roman baths. We spent quite a few hours exploring Chichester and think we have made a good choice in selecting this location as a base.


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    New Forest, 29 Aug – 4 Sept 2014

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... and they built the Abbey by 1246. It lasted until 1538 when Henry VIII kicked the monks out and demolished most of it! The lay brother’s quarters survived and the monk’s refectory which is now used as the parish church. There is a set of wall hangings in lay brothers’ quarters made by Belinda, Lady Montagu, between 1991 and 1998, telling the story of the Abbey from 1204–1538 – they were very good! ...

    Bath by train.

    A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 02, 2014

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    ... a semi circle this time. Quite lovely. Walked back to the city centre to visit Bath Abbey. A beautiful building. A special treat was a special display of around 30 sets of New Testament events - one panel, a bible passage written in beautiful colourful calligraphy, and the same passage interpreted in a piece of machine and hand textile embroidery. A friend from Warrnambool, Ros, had seen this display on her trip to the ...