Square & Compass Inn

Windmill Hill, Ilminster, Somerset, England, TA19 9NX, United Kingdom | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn is located on Windmill Hill, Ilminster.
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Travel Blogs from Ilminster

Home sweet home

A travel blog entry by katschofield on Aug 10, 2014

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... had produced 4 kittens in the night! What a welcome home! Girls excited and Scarlett has played nurse maid all day. The unpacking was pushed aside as we gathered to watch the tinies and mum. Super cute, super small we're wondering what to call them; Milka? Marco? Nenzing? ...

Day Fifty Three (24.5 miles.... cum 1,012.82!!!)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 06, 2014

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... you entered Bridgwater in those days, you were greeted by a sign saying, "Welcome to historic Bridgwater". As children, bored with the car journey, bored with "I spy" and pub cricket games, bored with everyone else's company in the car, here at last was something interesting. There would be a castle to look at or a cathedral or some bloody battle to learn about. Instead all I recall ever seeing of historical note was an old wartime pillbox! And guess what? Forty years later, ...

Day Fifty Two (21.8 miles...cum 988.32)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Aug 05, 2014

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... brief clearing of the skies. We had stopped to have a quick break next to two derelict barns. As we rested, out flew a Barn Owl, inspected us and then headed off to hunt. We finally reached the farm where we are staying at 6.30pm, to be greeted by Sue, who has since plied us with tea and a huge slice of cake, driven us down to the pub so we could collect a pizza! We are revived and tomorrow's 24 miles awaits. Just need to dry our ...

Eating Our Curds and Whey

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jul 31, 2014

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... once at the bottom, on six way-markers going up each bearing a line of the rhyme, and at the top). Perhaps a little silly, but how often can one pilgrimage to the site of a Mother Goose rhyme?

Our final stop for the day was fourteenth-century Farleigh-Hungerford castle: a very impressive ruin with some nicely done informational signs and exhibits, as well as some yet-standing buildings, including the chapel and priest’s home.

And thus ends our sojourn in ...

THE NIGHTMARE BEGINS

A travel blog entry by starbird32 on Jul 26, 2014

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... their main four lane highways.

We finally arrived at the hotel in Exeter, the Rougemont Thistle hotel tired and bone weary. It was extremely hot and they gave us a room that took more than ten stair steps to get to after using the elevator to get to the proper floor...lugging baggage with no assistance, room extremely hot and the furniture was garage sale quality and falling apart. We asked for another room and ...