Harestock Lodge Hotel

Address: 65 Harestock Road, Winchester, Hampshire, England, SO22 6NX, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 65 Harestock Road, Winchester, is near Hospital of St Cross, The Royal Green Jackets Museum, The Gurkha Museum, and The King's Royal Hussars Museum.
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        A Lady

        A travel blog entry by trishsp8 on Jul 24, 2015

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        ... etc. even a thatched roof cottage or two. Chawton is tiny, just a few buildings that have sprung up around the museum. We started off with lunch at the Greyfriars pub. Overheard the waitress talking to a local about how busy it had been with tourists. The day before they had a large group of Americans off a bus, they all needed separate checks and no tips- cmon, blimey! Also overheard a teacher or maybe just a ...

        Old Basing, Winchester Cathedral & Leyton!

        A travel blog entry by parto01 on Jul 15, 2014

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        ... was optional.......we cruised along at 75mph ish to be sidelined by cars that appear out of nowhere in the rear vision mirror.....and disappear into the distance like the "back to the future" DeLorean! Anyhow, unscathed we reached the village of Old Basing, just outside Basingstoke. Old Basing is a cute village incorporating 3 pubs, 1 church and no public toilets, and having been on the road for three and a half days in stationary traffic (it was only 2 and a ...

        Our first guests blogging for us

        A travel blog entry by floro on May 20, 2014

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        ... hunting horn for $15! We then stumbled on a rather flash celebrity wedding at an amazing historical church around the next corner. We were told it was Mr Unilever’s son to the local gentry’s daughter, but disaster almost struck when a couple of gypsy lads in their horse and cart got stuck in front of the brides car. At majestic ruined Tintern Abbey, Louis played the last post on his horn while Steve and Mark chatted ...

        Monday bike ride

        A travel blog entry by floro on Feb 10, 2014

        1 comment

        ... age by poisons and their effects. In 1961 at 14 he started to test poisons on his family, enough to make them violently ill. He amassed large quantities of antimony and digitalis by repeatedly buying small amounts, lying about his age and claiming they were for science experiments at school.In 1962 Young’s stepmother Molly died from poison. He had been poisoning his father, sister, and a school friend. Young’s aunt Winnie, who knew of his fascination with chemistry ...

        Emirates Air Steps Up Their Game

        A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 09, 2013

        ... my words it appears and get those tickets.

        I must say that the experience with Emirates Air this time was delightful and pleasant and enjoyable. They have certainly stepped up their game for business class so hopefully they have for economy class as well. We were picked up for free at our home and driven to the airport where there was a dedicated check in area for business and first class. You get a fast ...