The White Hart Stow
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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... visiting Broadway, her home town. It's a very small village, but packed with photo opportunities. The afternoon skies darkened and we escaped some rain showers by hiding in a high-end deli-café; a pleasant way to enjoy cappuccinos and browse through exotic specialty items offered on two floors. We finished our Cotswold experience at Chipping Campden, another market town that owes its wealth of beautiful old ...
... in 1734. We were starving by now and we enquired at a few pubs and inns but most have finished their lunch menu. We drove up the road to a garden centre recommended by our B&B. Was a gorgeous centre and I would have loved living near here as they also had beautiful home and kitchen sections. The café unfortunately was only serving afternoon tea and cakes so we decided to try one more place in Burford. Back in town along Sheep street we found The Sheep ...
... for us. We didn’t have far to drive today so we went via Stratford – upon – Avon the hometown of Shakespeare. We didn’t quite know what to expect. It was much bigger than we thought. We enjoyed a cuppa at Anne Hathaway’s tea house and then walked to his birthplace. We decided to do a tour and it was great. It was quite wet but we were rugged up so it wasn’t too bad.
We all really enjoyed learning more about ...
... parents in a yacht. So many of the places we've been, it's lovely, Mac has loads of questions. Thing is the boy fell off the yacht tonight and is on an island and I have a feeling his mother's going to die, but we'll cross that bridge when we get to it. I'm really enjoying it. So I'm in amongst 3 books at the moment, mine, Julia's and Mac's. Paul & I get some work done, have loads to get through come school day Wednesday, Internet seems to be a bit better today - so fingers ...
... gradient of 14% and peaked at 17%, all of which we rode.
Just before the market town of Wantage we pass below the original White Horse at Uffington. This white chalk image dates back over 3,000 years. Next to this is Wayland's Smithy a Neolithic long barrow and burial ground. Wantage is our morning tea stop as we make our way to Abingdon.
Something modern that we haven't seen in Australia, is the nuclear power station at ...