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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July 7th Seattle to Toronto EARLY WAKEUP is not easy for us. After checking in for our flight we waited in the United Lounge, a perk of flying business class. We flew 4.5 hours to Toronto very uneventful flight. We navigated to the next lounge which was much larger and had many amenities to enjoy while we waited. Eric was receiving stressful emails and needed many Crown Royals to calm him, thank God for ...
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... It is the largest and probably the finest Baroque home in England.
The lineage is Spencer-Churchill. Winston Churchill was unintentionally born here and is in this pedigree. We went through the exhibits dedicated to Winston, his paintings, his writings and many other accomplishments.
During the 2-hour guided tour we learned, just like in the Downton Abbey series, it was an American ...
... up and went to the Bell just a few meters down the road which is one of the local pubs. We had a few drinks while sitting around a tiny table on stools. We had nearly booked to stay at this place as it had rooms but fortunately got rooms at Number 9. The cool thing about here was the basins in the bathrooms were made from a stainless steel washing tub.
Really added character to the place.
We had dinner reservations up the road at ...
... makes this sort of tripping about so much fun. 'Stow - In - The - Wold' is the name of our home for the next two nights - an old market town where all of the buildings, even the bloody fences, have that consistent appearance of old whethered sandstone - once again, quarried locally. All of these beautiful old buildings are adorned with meticulously well kept, cottage style gardens - like ours at Mullum - ...