Grove Country Inn

Address: Ludwell Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset, England, SP7 9ND, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on Ludwell Hill, Shaftesbury, is near Old Sarum and Old Wardour Castle.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grove Country Inn Shaftesbury

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Travel Blogs from Shaftesbury

Travel buddies

A travel blog entry by kelseamarshall on Jan 26, 2015

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... enjoyed our adventure. On Sunday, the boys left and it was just the girls at Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral which was quite nice. It was much easier traveling with just 6 people. Great learning experiences always come with great ...

Bathed in Bath

A travel blog entry by kelseamarshall on Jan 26, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... mulled around the town until late and ended up back at the hostel. It wasn't a shabby place. We shared the room with 9 other girls we didn't know. I slept with only sheets out of an irrational fear of the comforter so I was a bit chilly. The older woman under me had the most interesting snore that kept me up some. But other than a few loud guests coming in around 230, there wasn't much to complain about. First hostel was a success.

An early highlight at the Devil's Bed and Bolster

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 08, 2014

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... burned. Living in a town and being in control of the food one buys and cooks means vegetarianism is a relatively simple option. However, where we are reliant on inconsistent and often poor quality cooking, the safer option is often a meat dish. Yesterday I had a terrific roast beef with all the vegetables I could want. Now, tomorrow morning I will need all the bacon and sausages I can get with my eggs to make sure I’ve got the protein to get through another day’s long walk.



A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Sep 08, 2013

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... Cotswold) stone city, cobbled and paved, often with ornamental arches and decorative carving. The baths with lines, bus loads long, with spruikers, was kind of like a theme park which we avoided. We drifted to the river Avon and back into the city for lunch at our hosts’ recommendation. A vego place which gave us a wonderful timeout in a little booth-like room with a window. We continued, refreshed, to see an arched bridge lined with shops, ...

Winchester Cathedral

A travel blog entry by jayton on Apr 01, 2013

... too fell into disrepair. The structure was later sold off and all the good building materials such as the facing stones were removed for use elsewhere. The remains were excavated in the early 1900s.

After that we went to Winchester via Amesbury and Andover just to see the surrounding countryside. It is just how England is portrayed in the movies, green fields and small villages and towns. ...