The White Hart Stow
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe White Hart Stow Stow-on-the-Wold
A very busy popular place. Great coffee. Great place to meet other ramblers. Great wi-fi. Room a little small for such a long stay. Perfect location. 10 min from Cheltenham
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... stay in another YHA. We were in an attic room, where the stairs were many and the floor lop sided. Girls thought it was great.
Whilst out at dinner, Isabel lost her tooth. The question was asked "Does the tooth fairy cross countries or is there just an English tooth fairy?"
Off to Shakespeare's birth place tomorrow, and castles.
... puddles created from yesterdays rain. We pulled in for a stop at Bourton-on-the-Water which is
a largish town of just over 3,000 people. It is commonly referred to as Venice of the Cotswolds as it has very picturesque channels and bridges through the town.
We walked around and admired the old beautiful homes and went into a few cute shops. Joel found out that they had a tourist attraction of a model village here and had his heart set on ...
Stow is a very sleepy English town with the main street through town called Sheep Street. The B&B we stayed at reminded me of a hobbit's house; very low ceilings and doorways and a tight quartered staircase leading to our room. Jeremi appeared to be a giant when going through a doorway with maybe one inch from his head to the door frame. The cottage was almost 400 years old and there were some aspects that made me believe it. The room's floor had a ...
... set of locals said that we had ages more to walk. Sitting, "contemplating", our 1st world problems when what can only be described as an oversized leprechaun (? the english version) walked around the corner and upon seeing Bill looking glum asked "And what are you doing - minding the corner for us?". Upon telling him that we were trying to get to the Perch for lunch, he jumped back exclaiming "Really?". Turned ...
... turn around and go back to Stow to spend the night. We stayed at the White Hart, under new management and suggested by some locals, for £60 per night including breakfast. The hotel has creaky uneven floor and doors made for dwarves but the room was cozy and quaint just like the town square it faced. As a sign that we made the right decision, it stopped raining and the sun peeked thru the clouds. We explored Stow on the Wold some more and walked ...