The Cross Hands Hotel

Address: Tetbury Road, Old Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England, BS37 6RJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Tetbury Road, Old Sodbury, is near Dyrham Park, Horton Court, and Little Sodbury Manor.
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    Travel Blogs from Old Sodbury

    Fancy a round? Yes. (Golf and/or drinks).

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Aug 12, 2015

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    ... to Belas Knap an ancient monument. If the English use the descriptor 'ancient' you know it's really old. They are pretty liberal with 'antique', 'aged' and terms like 'ye olde' but ancient means that - ancient. Belays Knap is 'just' a mound that was uncovered by a farmer,whilst ploughing his field but it's dated at 5500 BC and contains the remains (as if they would alive!) of at least 5 individuals. It's quite a site and a welcome landmark because it's at the top of a long ...

    Royal Crescent, Gardens, American Mus., Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 05, 2015

    23 photos

    ... an agreement with the National Trust to let their members in for free. Otherwise the cost per person would have been about $26. Because they get so many tourists and the volume is negatively affecting the site, they now have a visitor center a couple of miles away and you can walk to it or take a shuttle with a timed ticket. We had time to check out the exhibits in the visitor center before riding the shuttle to ...

    Tour of Bath

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... sections that are from the Roman era. After the Roman’s left England with the fall of their empire, the baths lay forgotten for a time, but were 'rediscovered’ by royalty which made it the place to be seen. One of the things to check out is the display on the hoard of coins they found during some construction work. There were over 17,000 coins buried in 8 leather bags with coins dated from 50 AD to 250 AD. While ...

    Heading to Bath, Pt. 1

    A travel blog entry by bornactor on Feb 22, 2015

    3 photos

    Today we are heading to Bath. This day will be in two posts, as we stopped in Old Sodbury.

    We caught a charter bus to bring us from Stratford-upon-Avon to Bath, England. This is where the Roman Baths were, hence the great name: Bath.

    We left our hostel at 8:30. We were not scheduled to arrive in Bath until after 5. Not much really happened on the trip. I meant to write my journal on this trip, but that ...

    Stonehenge, Bath and London

    A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Feb 19, 2014

    50 photos

    ... drive in, you see the open air visitor centre which actually looks like it's not finished but it is, I couldn't believe that it cost 27 million to build! As you walk to the stones the guide tells you all about how they got there and the ancient tools including deer antlers used to dig out the mounds surrounding the stones. Basically it was a prehistoric graveyard. It's really mystical down there. In 2500 BC sparseness stones were arranged in a horseshoe ...