The Bell Inn
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- All-Suites Property
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
Photos of The Bell Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews The Bell Inn Moreton-in-Marsh
Travel Blogs from Moreton-in-Marsh
This was a smaller arboretum but still had a wonderful collection of trees. It was very peaceful and quiet yet around every corner there was a WOW of some sort or another. I was really impressed with their giant blue atlas trees. This is a tree of grandeur and stature with lovely spacing between the light blue needles. They also had a collection of just about every type of Japanese Maples you can imagine, ...
... and how quickly everyone was willing to pitch in to help take care of me. Adam bought me soup, Tom and Pete brought the keyboard to my room and offered to teach my class, Larry threatened me into relaxing, and Emma is covering things for me in the office. I work with some pretty awesome people here. It is nice to feel loved. :)
Now I'm signing off in case Larry peeks at my blog and catches me not resting. More ...
... men. 3rd largest (similar to stone henge) Dinner at pub. Burger for Danielle with chips, shrimp sandwich with rose sauce and chips for Laurie and one pint of ale for both of us. It was clear and sunny in the eveining. We sat out on the deck to eat our dinner and enjoy our pints! We clocked 7.77 miles. A very busy but informative day. It started out overcast but turned into a lovely day after ...
Left London in drizzle during early morning commuter time, so the streets were busy. Headed out thru Buckinghamshire towards Oxford, arriving about 10 am.
Right where we stop the coach in Oxford, there's a memorial to the 3 martyrs who were burned at the stake for being Protestant during the reign of Mary.
Had 3 hours exploring Oxford. Such a quaint university town with lots of colleges on the High Street. Walked down to and ...
... told us that Oxford is also known as "The city of dreaming spires", so we've asked him to guide us through the city to see the whole nomber of spires.
When we have seen all the spires that there are in the city we were shocked because there are a lot of them!
Then we've gone to the Chirst Church, where ...