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5 Absolutely incredible places to stay on four continents

Last month, I wrote about some of the things we look for when choosing a place to stay: character, local ownership, cost, etc. We’ve stayed in plenty of places that fit those criteria, but here are some of the more welcoming, comfortable, and all around incredible places we’ve discovered: 604 more words


www.weacceptpets.co.uk Lindors Country House Hotel Lodges, St Briavels, Lydney, Gloucestershire / Accepts Dogs & Small Pets

The Lindors Country House Hotel Lodges are a pair of dog friendly holiday lodges that are located within the grounds of the Lindors Country House Hotel which is just outside of St Briavels in Gloucestershire. 221 more words


St. Briavels Gloucestershire The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales 1851

Briavel’s (St.), a parish in the hund. of St. Briavell’s, county of Gloucester; 7 miles north of Chepstow, on the eastern bank of the river Wye. 245 more words

Parliamentary Gazetteer Of England And Wales 1851

St. Briavels Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1863

Saint Briavels is a village and parish, 6 miles from Lydney station on the South Wales railway, 8 from Monmouth, 8 from Chepstow, and 5 from Coleford, in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol, archdeaconry of Gloucester, rural deanery of the Forest, county court district and uuion of Chepstow, and gives the name to the hundred in which it is. 394 more words

Kellys Gloucestershire Directory 1863

When walking is better than cycling...

I will almost always prefer to cycle but there’s a lot to be said for walking.

Only by walking do you stumble across interesting bits and pieces hidden away. 624 more words

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My life in pictures #2

This series is inspired by My Open Sketchbook. It is fortnightly to allow me some time to accumulate fresh pictures. Here goes:

As you had already read in our fortnightly coffee chit chat I have had a really great time at St-Briavels during the yearly UKM national game. 101 more words


St. Briavel's April 2014

A weekend spent at St. Briavel’s castle with a medieval banquet, a World War 2 re-enactment taking place in the hostel and a walk to Tintern Abbey along part of Offa’s Dyke all thrown in for good measure. 214 more words