Tag Archives: dog friendly

Gastro dog-friendly pub in Hampstead

The Freemason’s Arms  Whenever I go to Hampstead to meet friends we invariably end up at the Freemason’s Arms on the south side of the Heath. The big plus for me and lots of others who frequent the gastro-pub is … Continue reading

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Atmospheric hotel in Pretty Village of Dunster

The dog-friendly Luttrell Arms in Dunster, Somerset one of the oldest post-houses in Britain, occupies the site of three ancient houses. Recorded in 1443, two of them were at that time conveyed to Richard Luttrell, who already held the other. … Continue reading

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Bucharest and Southern Romania

#ExperienceBucharest It is hard to imagine what the people of Romania endured under the Communist regime. Whole areas of the city were destroyed, and people moved out of their homes, on the orders of their former dictator Nicholae Ceausescu to … Continue reading

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Little Venice Dog-friendly Cafe in Garden Centre

Dog-friendly Quince Tree Café at Clifton Nurseries The Quince Tree Café, hidden away in an otherwise residential area bordering on Little Venice, is where you are likely to find many of the locals. Walk down a passage way where on … Continue reading

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Dog-friendly Pub the Owl in Lovely Setting

Discovered a lovely pet friendly pub in Loughton. The Owl looks out on a paddock with horses. There are table and chairs outside and an area with swings and an assortment of things for children to play on. Inside there … Continue reading

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Slide opens with Speeds up to 15 miles an hour

A slide has been incorporated into the Arcelor Mittal Orbit the continually looping tower at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The Orbit, the sculpture designed by Sir Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond, is located within the 560 acres of parkland … Continue reading

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May Bank Holiday Little Venice Cavalcade

  A great way to spend the three days of the May Bank Holiday weekend is by wandering along the waterways of Little Venice as the Inland Waterways Association organises their annual gathering of canal boats. Starting on Saturday from … Continue reading

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Trendy Ghent Restaurant

Prominently positioned on the bank of the River Leie in the historic centre of Ghent, The Belga Queen Restaurant doesn’t look anything special from the outside apart from lots of tables and chairs with, on closer inspection, a stand filled … Continue reading

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Liege’s Historic Five Star Hotel

Belgium’s Crowne Plaza, Liège The 126-bedroom dog-friendly Crowne Plaza Liege is the city’s only five star hotel. The hotel incorporates two former town houses from the 16th century the Selys Longchamps, and the Comtes de Mean on the Mont Saint-Martin. … Continue reading

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Stately, dog-friendly, splendour in Truro

Hidden away, but only minutes from the town’s centre, the 34 bedroom Alverton Hotel in Truro is impressive to say the least. The east wing was built as Alverton Manor in 1830, and later became a nunnery. A chapel, now … Continue reading

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