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Black Horse Nuthurst

Black Horse Nuthurst

Black Horse Nuthurst The Black Horse Nuthurst is a village in West Sussex and is one of those delightful hidden places you can find scattered through Sussex. The village itself […]

Royal Victoria Hotel Snowdonia

Royal Victoria Hotel Snowdonia

Royal Victoria Hotel Snowdonia The Royal Victoria Hotel Snowdonia was in a brilliant location for exploring Snowdonia National Park. It literally is the base of Mount Snowdon in the village […]

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Conwy Falls

Conwy Falls Conwy Falls or Rhaeadr Y Graig Lwyd is a waterfall in Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. Well signposted by the side of the A5 south of the town, the falls […]

Swallow Falls, Betws-y-Coed

Swallow Falls, Betws-y-Coed

Swallow Falls, Betws-y-Coed The second in my waterfall series is the Swallow Falls, Betws-y-Coed. Perhaps the most accessible of the three waterfalls in my Snowdonia Waterfalls series, there are proper […]

Weald and Downland Living Museum

Weald and Downland Living Museum

Weald and Downland Living Museum The Weald and Downland Living Museum, nestled on the South Downs in West Sussex, is a great day out! There is an awful lot to […]

Ceunant Mawr Waterfall

Ceunant Mawr Waterfall

Ceunant Mawr Waterfall Ceunant Mawr waterfall in Llanberis, North Wales is a great waterfall to visit and the price is right! Free! Also, it was probably the best of the […]

Rhododendron Gardens Leith Hill

Rhododendron Gardens Leith Hill

Rhododendron Gardens Leith Hill I’ve always liked the Rhododendron Gardens Leith Hill. And I have found as I have got older that I like them even more. Now, I’m not […]

The Grantley Arms Wonersh picture

The Grantley Arms Wonersh

The Grantley Arms Wonersh The Grantley Arms Wonersh – are you looking for a pub with great food, some fabulous history and even a couple of ghosts kicking about the […]

Understanding british seaside towns

Understanding British Seaside Towns

British Seaside Towns Fish and chips, buckets and spades, beach huts, a Punch and Judy show and penny amusement arcades. British seaside towns are quintessentially British and I think, fairly unique […]

Bramber Castle Ruins

Bramber Castle Ruins

Bramber Castle Ruins When you arrive at Bramber Castle ruins car park, the first thing you will notice is a church, St Nicholas. It is old, even by British standards! […]

St James' Church - Shere

St James’ Church – Shere

St James’ Church – Shere The village of Shere in Surrey is arguably the most filmed village in Surrey. Scenes from Bridget Jones – The Edge of Reason was filmed […]

hitoric pubs of sussex

Historic Pubs of Sussex

Historic Pubs of Sussex Welcome to my favourite Historic Pubs of Sussex! Below you will find a list of some of my favourite Historic Pubs of Sussex (Skip to them […]

The Swan Fittleworth

The Swan Fittleworth

The Swan Fittleworth The earliest parts of The Swan Fittleworth, date from 1382 but it is believed that an earlier Saxon building stood here. The Swan became a coaching Inn in […]

White Hart Stopham Bridge

The White Hart – Stopham Pulborough

The White Hart – Stopham The White Hart Stopham stands next to Stopham Bridge. It’s a great location to have a pub, right by the River Arun in the rolling […]

Stephan Langton Friday Street

Stephan Langton Friday Street This is certainly not the oldest pub in Surrey but perhaps it will win the award for the most secluded. Tucked in the small hamlet of […]

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The White Horse – Shere

The White Horse – Shere The White Horse – Shere was built in about 1425 as a farmhouse. The Inglenook fireplaces were added later in the 1600s and it became […]