A Building with a History

While touring Bath and Bristol, we stayed in the Methuen Arms Hotel in the town of Corsham, about 12 miles from Bath. Here is a photo of the hotel.

It was built as a private home in the 1400s and was in the Nott family for 400 years! Now the Methuen family owns it; hence the name of the hotel.

The restaurant in the older part of the building has low ceilings, stone walls and an ancient feel about it.

Here we were served breakfast. We could order many different hot items in addition to the buffet of juice, cereal, fruit and yogurt. A great way to start the day!

We enjoyed these days off, but of course I needed to keep up with necessary work, so I spent one to two hours each day in email messages.

This trip has more meetings and issues to be addressed than my previous trips. That is why today is November 24, and I am still blogging about what happened on November 12.

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