Pubs & Inns
Submitted by Allan Rostron(4th March 2009)
The Beetle and Wedge hotel
The hotel is on the banks of the Thames at Moulsford in Berkshire. I took the picture from the Oxfordshire side of the river, where I lived. This stretch of the river was the setting for Jerome K. Jerome's tale "Three men in a boat". The hotel's name derives from the hammer (beetle) and wedge used to split wood.
Comment by Stephanie Jackson(4th March 2009)
A charming picture Allan.
Comment by Gary Shield(4th March 2009)
Nice reflection too
Comment by Barbara Shoemaker(4th March 2009)
Oh, to be taking tea on the terrace! Lovely.
Comment by Sue Bristo(4th March 2009)
Lovely pic Allan ... great reflections and what a great place to stay.
Comment by BPeters(4th March 2009)
Oh, to be the other half
Comment by Ruth Gregory(5th March 2009)
Yes, it's great! Thanks for the background info too.
Serenity. I want to live here.
Comment by Jasna Stipanovic Durdevic(6th July 2012)
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