Setcops Farm Holiday Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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So today is the mad rush around "have I got everything ready?! day"!
I knew trying to pack wouldn't be the easiest of tasks, but I hugely underestimated just what a challenge it would be! So much washing to do, and so many compartments still to be discovered in this monster of a rucksack which will literally be my life for the next 5 weeks...!
I cannot wait to be completely packed and ready to go now!
... silent movies. It is now known as the "Kinema in the Woods", still operates as a normal cinema and even has the ascending and descending organ used for special events in house! We visited the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight display at Coningsby where we were treated to a training aerobatic display by a fighter jet overhead. One of the volunteer guides was heard to remark that we were watching £740million being put through its paces! Tattershall ...
... a lovely three days with Neil, Nicole and Samuel in Ingatestone - walking through the countryside, catching up on family affairs and checking out Chelmsford and Writtle, we headed to Lincoln today via Peterborough. Weather was foul in the morning and spoilt our walk in Peterborough but as the sun came out this arvo, we did our own walking tour of Lincoln. What a great ...
Today we went to York and had a chance to look around. Started with a walk down The Shambles. There were a interesting shops and it was different to see something so steeped in history. There was a lolly (sweet) shop I had to go in. It was one of those that you pick the big jar off the shelf and get it weighed. Only bought something small, but I just had to have the ...
... century, other than the font; this has a re-used octagonal bowl. The east window contains fragments of 14th-century stained glass. One of the monuments to the Buslingthorpe family dates from the late 13th century. It consists of a tomb chest bearing the effigy of a knight, his feet resting on a lion, and his head on a cushion which is supported by angels. He is dressed in chain mail, a helmet ...