The Bell at Boxford

Address: Lambourn Rd - Boxford, Newbury, Berkshire, England, RG20 8DD, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on Lambourn Rd - Boxford, Newbury, is near Devils Den and River Kennet.
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    A Little Taste of Summer

    A travel blog entry by erotergum on Aug 05, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... tent with our cuddlies and watched the stars twinkle out of the mesh layer of the entrance. I lay and held Maddz hand until it no longer felt like I was holding it but I was. She snored - bless her and I lay awake most of the night thinking we might get eaten by a pack of wolves, but I know it meant so much to her to have us both to herself. This in turn made it mean so much to me too. It has genuinely been a dream coming home, I had secretly wished I could ...

    Bob the Cabbie and Downton Day

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... have guessed that from the accent." We chatted the whole way to the castle. He is a retired civil engineer who now works as a cabbie part time, and he was able to tell me the history of the area and the Carnarvon family. Here are some fun facts I learned from Bob on our drive to the castle:

    1) The 5th Earl of Carnarvon discovered King Tut's tomb. King Tut's mummy stays in the Highclere basement when it is not on display in various museums (it was ...

    Windsor. For Harry, Royalty and Rest

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 25, 2014

    11 photos

    ... using different companies, but I couldn't tell how far the different possible railway stations destinations was from my hotel. My feet, in a flash of eloquence I have not had from them in a while, stressed that their needs and that of my left knee, were significant and that they too were in need of a holiday. I took their advice. I had a delightful taxi driver who commutes from a house in a field ten miles from Cambridge. Sounds just wonderful. He drives in London. ...

    Learning to Eat British

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jan 13, 2014

    ... and such. But some foods that the Brits seem to love remain on the Yuck factor list for me because of early trauma and because of habits.

    Liver and onions served when I was a child was a reason to try and fake illness in order to miss the dinner hour. I hate liver and onions. I have learned that my mother was a horrible cook and things that I hated from her kitchen have actually become quite tasty and loved by me when cooked by ...

    Experiencing the nightlife in Newbury

    A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Nov 02, 2013

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... their rugby around here, it reminds me of football back home. We decided to experience the nightlife in Newbury. That was weird. There were a lot of students, like my age, but at the same time people who were like 30-40s. No joke. It was the weirdest thing I have seen out. Why on earth would some 30 year old want to go to bars, clubs, and pubs with a bunch of loud and obnoxious college students? I just don't understand. It was just ...