Donnington Grove Hotel and Country Club

Address: Grove Road, Newbury, Berkshire, England, RG14 2LA, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Grove Road, Newbury, is near Devils Den and River Kennet.
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      Germany 2

      A travel blog entry by floro on Apr 30, 2014

      43 photos

      ... planning the next day to visit the caves and wineries ,we didn't visit one,looking back probably jut as well , had Helen got in there I'd never get her out. Serendipity, by mistake we fell upon Soissons ,a town that initially looked a bit boring for us turned into one of the more interesting. We got a great campsite near the river Aisne and the next day came across a church with a museum which was very interesting and free then we ...

      Downton Abbey. Tutankhamun. Unlikely partners?

      A travel blog entry by keep-smiling on Apr 21, 2014

      24 photos

      ... of The Library, the gilded panels and silk embroideries of The Music Room, the impressive vaulted ceiling of The Saloon, and a mighty Van Dyck portrait in the Dining Room of King Charles I on horseback. Pat particularly enjoyed the staircases and The Saloon, all of which had featured prominently in nearly every episode of 'Downton Abbey'.

      For me though, the highlights were the gardens. The Monks' Garden stands ...

      Monday bike ride

      A travel blog entry by floro on Feb 10, 2014

      1 comment

      ... attacked with a pen. 5 John Straffen John Thomas Straffen was a British serial killer who was the longest-serving prisoner in British legal history. Straffen killed two young girls in the summer of 1951. He was found to be unfit to plead and committed to Broadmoor; during a brief escape in 1952 he killed again. This time he was convicted of murder. Respited due to his mental state, his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment and he remained in prison until his death more than ...

      Day 3: History, Sport, History, Sport

      A travel blog entry by gems_at_eton on Jul 24, 2013

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... School Yard, with it's statue of the founder of the College, Henry VI, through College Hall, the Cloisters to the oldest parts of the college - Lower School and Upper School, actually sitting at some of the desks in an almost 600 year old classroom was quite something.

      Following supper, diary writing and another drama session it was time for...football. Now a few times so far we have had to comment on punctuality to meetings, but no such problems for ...

      Day 24 - St. Paul's Cathedral and Windsor Castle

      A travel blog entry by gb2013 on Jul 10, 2013

      16 photos

      ... were done during the reign of Queen Victoria.

      The chapel has been the site of many Royal Weddings and there have also been many Royal Funerals and Internments at the Chapel including Henry VIII, Queen Jane Seymour, Charles I, George V and Queen Mary. Queen Elizabeth's parents, George VI and the Queen Mother along with the ashes of Princess Margaret are also interned here.

      Although today was cloudier than other days the weather was still very warm. ...