The Royal Forester

Address: Callow Hill, Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, DY13 9XW, United Kingdom | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on Callow Hill, Bewdley, is near Rays Farm and Arley Arboretum.
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    Travel Blogs from Bewdley

    We made it!

    A travel blog entry by ianinaboat on Sep 12, 2015

    ... boat anyway.

    We went to the Tame Otter which is a Vintage Inn for a nice lunch and then I went to the supermarket with my mum while Carrie had the fun of giving my dad and grandparents a trip down the canal.

    Apparently the biggest problem for Carrie was trying to control my dad who just wanted to go rather fast and steer into the overhanging willow trees to make his parents have to duck out of the way. But she survived without my dad crashing, ...

    Running out of steam

    A travel blog entry by ianinaboat on Sep 11, 2015

    ... so despite both me and Carrie being exhausted we limped our way into Armitage.

    Once moored up it seemed like Carrie got a burst of energy so went blackberry picking, we then had a dinner of beans on toast with mushrooms followed by french toast with a kind of jam style coulis using the last of the fresh fruit.

    When is a canal not a canal?

    A travel blog entry by ianinaboat on Sep 11, 2015

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    We stopped for lunch just south of Great Haywood, but first we went through Tixall Wide. Basically Tixall House didn't want their view spoilt by a canal, so it was disguised as a lake. Seems like a clever way to disguise a canal, and is quite an impressive thing as you come round the corner to find a massive expanse of water before you.

    We stopped a little further on for lunch at a nice little lock side restaurant which gave us ...

    West Midlands Safari Park

    A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... so fortunate we got so close and none of the big animals were hiding. After well over 2 hours driving slowly around, it was getting late so we were ready to leave the wild cats in peace and head home. Time for another delicious home-cooked meal (including the most delicious pavlova with fresh raspberries from the garden, my favourite!) and a quick Lord of the Rings fix watching the start of The Two Towers extended version so we could see all the added extras which were new to us. ...

    An Absence of Hound

    A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Mar 17, 2013

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    ... the Severn by the by-pass bridge.

    There is a country park on the far side of the river, and I limped to the nearest picnic bench and ate an apple. I hadn't rested for about three hours, so I guess it was overdue. Some of the pain eased and I staggered off on the final bit past Ribbesford Church. To add insult to injury, it started to hail.

    To get to Mum's house, I had to cut through the field at the back, to get to a gate that connects the ...