The White Hart Inn

Address: Enbourne Road, Newbury, Berkshire, England, RG20 0HW, United Kingdom | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on Enbourne Road, Newbury, is near Devils Den and River Kennet.
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    Bob the Cabbie and Downton Day

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... castle was, of course, stunning, and it was so surreal to be walking around in the rooms I've seen on TV. We weren't allowed to take photos inside, so sadly I don't have any to share, but when I first stepped inside into the library I got goosebumps, because that's where Matthew sat and that's the Earl's chair, and so on. I got to see Lady Sybil's bedroom and it made me sad because she was my favorite. In every room we visited they had signs explaining how it ...

    Day one and two, almost on my own!

    A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jul 19, 2014

    13 photos

    ... all the old downstairs rooms still in use as lounges, a bar, sitting room, and a restaurant.
    The hotel has such English character and charm, that I feel like I'm Bertie Wooster, sipping G&T's on the patio overlooking the rolling grassed fields and the river bellow.
    Pip, Pip! and Off to Oxford in the morning!

    In the morning we set off to Oxford, and go full tourist on the Big Bus again (I'm really enjoying these tour buses). We get the usual history ...

    Polesden Lacey

    A travel blog entry by floro on Apr 01, 2014

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... 8221; and “like an extremely expensive bordello”. To my mind, it’s so madly over the top that it’s fabulous. Maggie had taste, and she displayed it throughout her home in her fine collections of Sèvres and Meissen porcelain, her antique silver, the French and lacquered furniture, the 17th-century Flemish paintings and her tiny Fabergé animals with jewelled eyes. But she bought her taste wholesale. She cut a swath through 2,000 years ...

    Learning to Eat British

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jan 13, 2014

    ... eat them. I do remember once when my husband and I bought a plant we thought was a broccoli plant. Watching it grow, it was fascinating and amazing and had a large stalk with cute little sprouts growing up and down it. Once we figured out it was brussel sprouts and not broccoli, we let it grow just because it was interesting and then once it finished, the whole thing went into the bin - no harvesting.

    So recently, I signed up for a ...

    Day at Downton

    A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo on May 28, 2013

    11 photos

    ... can recognise the rooms used in Downton Abbey, although they look bigger and longer in the show; and you don't realise how high the ceilings are and how richly decorated the rooms are... Especially the paintings - some of them are huge!

    I especially loved walking down the red oak staircase and seeing the bedrooms and drawing room. I also think its great that parts of Highclere's history (e.g. being turned into a rehabilitation hospital ...