Crown & Garter

Address: Inkpen Common, Inkpen, Berkshire, England, RG17 9QR, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Inkpen Common, Inkpen, is near Devils Den and River Kennet.
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    Travel Blogs from Inkpen

    Henley-on-Thames to Reading

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 11, 2015

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    ... which we must cross to access the river. It pays to keep your feet moving...and fast. I decide that running is definitely the best policy.

    We manage to reach the river bank without being sucked up into the mud. We find ourselves at Lashbrook Ferry which ceased operation many years ago but there are some interesting photos and historical information on a notice board nearby. Ferry Cottage, now in private ownership, has also stopped serving teas which would have been ...

    Smoothies and muffins, sunshine and rainbows

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Aug 04, 2014

    16 photos

    ... he would meet us at the Porter's Lodge. My mere 3 hours of sleep last night must have started affecting me by that point, because for some reason I assumed that Joe was coming from another bar. After Tom and I waited for 15 minutes on Pembroke Street we heard the Porter's door open and Joe call, "What the hell around you doing? I've been waiting for 15 minutes!" My bad.

    Adam came back out of his room to say goodbye to Joe, but Joe said I'd probably see ...

    I volunteer as Tribute

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Jul 07, 2014

    6 photos

    ... residents of Pembroke across town to the Sheldonian Theatre. It went quite smoothly, actually. At first I was worried because we arrived at 9AM but it was taking a long time to seat the kids, but then it turned out that Jim was running a bit late anyway so it all worked out. The Sheldonian is always impressive, and the kids were very attentive. The teachers were so awesome this year with their introductions! They were funny but informative and ...

    A Mudblood in England

    A travel blog entry by schipper on Oct 28, 2013

    36 photos

    ... in the middle of nowhere. Not only that, but London had the biggest storm of the year when we were there; some people in towns near London even died. So needless to say, it was not a vacation or a good impression of London at all. But nevertheless, I was able to break off campus, tour the booming metropolis of Crowthorne (for those reading, think Jamestown (MI), Gallavants Ferry (SC) or Waldo (FL)). I found a good ole ...

    The Bright Red Door

    A travel blog entry by klovejoy on May 10, 2013

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    Well, you can't miss our house... it's the one with the bright red door and it is beautiful! We have arrived to our new home and today is a free day to get settled in and buy some essentials, before a 6 PM (18 hours) orientation.
    We decided to explore the back yard/gardens before heading into town to find towels and cell phones. Some people played football ...