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Swan Hill Trailers Trailer Rental. Pages Liked by This Page. Shitbox Rally. Australian Vintage. Recent Post by Page. Kyalite Pub. Kerang has been the Central Murray power team for the past 7 or so years but this year they are in a transition stage, players retiring or moving on and younger players settling into the group. As a result Balranald had a comfortable win.

On the way home the Blues stopped in for team presentations and enjoy a meal. The bar and restaurant warm and cosy - great for a winters night. To all the fellows that made Grace's job easier, a thankyou from Vicki in the kitchen. Grace has only just started work and, for a new chum, it can be intimidating waiting on tables however everyone made her feel relaxed and comfortable. President Scott was offered some genuine advise on how to improve his phone ringtone, this was ignored. A few beers, a meal and it was back to Kerang and, for many, onto a mate's place to celebrate an 18th birthday.

Not a Kyalite page without a fishing report. The report is The June holiday weekend was probably the quietest on the river since we have been here. Water levels very low, almost impossible to boat around the Edwards. The Wakool did provide some boating but few fish. The only consolation being, any fish caught were of good size and quality. Being winter time getting lots of inquiries if the ban on crayfishing has been lifted?

To catch a cray you have to travel up to Tocomwal or further. With late Easter and Inter-League commitments its been a slow start Only five rounds played since April 13th. Yesterday June 1st, round 6 and Tyntynder travelled to Balranald. From all reports the Dogs trailed the Roos all day until the last few minutes - some very happy players and supporters at the Kyalite last night. Didn't get the scores of any other games, to busy talking up the Seniors.

Fair dinkum one Senior official even donated a Dogs Stubby holder to the pub, He reckined it would be worth money come Grand Final time!!! The pub kitchen kept busy, we had two new staff, Lisa and Georg George from Germany. Big thanks to Tyntynder from the Kyalite Pub. At the busiest moment in the kitchen Vicki asked Lisa to more chips on. She did, but instead of using the measure and the fryer basket, She up ended a whole bag into the deep fryer.

Read our full review of The Crown in Southwold. Tucked away in the bucolic foothills just a few miles east of the Black Mountains in Monmouthshire, this rural inn is pretty much all there is in the tiny, picturesque hamlet of Skenfrith. A delightfully old-fashioned escape from the modern-day world, rooms are decked out with old-fashioned iron bedsteads or mahogany four-posters piled high with feather quilts, wool tartan throws and pretty scatter cushions and bolsters.

Food-wise, The Bell is proud not only of its home-grown vegetables grown in the kitchen garden and its home-raised rare breed pigs, but also of its local food supplies which are listed on a blackboard in the rustic flag-stoned dining room. Read our full review of The Bell at Skenfrith. On the edge of the grounds sits the beautiful ivy-clad Georgian coaching inn, The Beckford Arms. Read our full review of The Beckford Arms.

You wouldn't think you could find such a remote and rustic hideaway just an hour outside London.


But a 15 minute drive from Basingstoke quickly leaves behind the suburbs and has you winding through quiet lanes and sheep-dotted fields to this lovely, cosy pub with rooms. Read our full review of The Wellington Arms. Calling The Plough at Lupton a pub with rooms attached is like calling The Savoy a hotel with a bit of a name for itself. If the rooms are fabulous with the seriously swanky bathroom in the Torsin suite worth a special mention , the downstairs pub and restaurant are just as appealing, with a fine selection of wines and ales and good, well-priced country pub-style food on offer.

The only downside? Getting in on weekends can be very tricky indeed Read our full review of The Plough at Lupton. The Bell in Ticehurst opened towards the end of last year in an offbeat splash of Fez-shaped lampshades, piles of books for beams and silver birch trees in the rooms. The food, in particular, is excellent and, served under old wooden beams beside an open fire, really caps off a weekend away in the country Read our full review of The Bell in Ticehurst. While not quite as chi-chi as Cotswolds neighbour the Kingham Plough, the Swan is still a very upmarket little place of six shabby chic rooms and some top-class food being served up downstairs.

Read our full review of The Swan Inn. The Wheatsheaf in Combe Hay is a vision of what a cosy country pub should look like. Read our full review of The Wheatsheaf. The Gurnard's Head is a long-standing Red Online favourite, having also cropped up in our pick of romantic hotels in Cornwall. Standing in splendid isolation on a remote stretch of wild-West Cornish coast, Cornwall's Dining Pub of the Year is one of the most exciting eating and drinking experiences in the UK, serving beautiful, seasonal, earthy food to a happy crowd of guests and locals including a few famous names.

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Read our full review of The Gurnard's Head. Up in Pickering, on the edge of the North Yorks Moors, the ivy-clad exterior of The White Swan looks every inch the idyllic village getaway. Read our full review of The White Swan. Read our full review of The Punch Bowl Inn.


The Lamb at Hindon is a quaint former coaching inn with more than just a touch of old-fashioned country charm. Read our full review of The Lamb at Hindon. An oldie but a goodie. Read our full review of The Olde Bell. The Lion Inn is a 15th-century former coaching inn that's been recently re-designed and branded to accommodate a clientele wanting a much better than average weekend break in a quintessential Cotswold village. A stay is not just an opportunity for a comfortable night's sleep and good British food, but a chance to note down ideas on how to successfully reclaim vintage furniture and match with more modern items.

Read our full review of The Lion Inn in Winchcombe. Situated in the delightful and active village of Wedmore, south of the ancient Somerset Levels and Mendip Hills, The Swan is an elegant 18th-century building that has been completely refurbished and modernized. But modernity didn't come at the expense of charm - it still retains the character of a lively village pub, from giant sofas with antique tapestry cushions and chunky wooden tables in the buzzy bar, to riotous evenings of pub quizzes and wine tastings.

Read our full review of The Swan at Wedmore. Tucked away down a quiet country lane, you could be forgiven for thinking The Inn At Whitewell was where you might meet your end. This notion dissipates when the manor house comes into view: perched on the bank of the River Hodder, its beautiful facade dates back to the s. Once inside, plonk yourself downstairs, preferably in front of a roaring fire, and unwind in the country pub. Feeling hungry? Indulge in the award-winning restaurant stocked with only the best locally sourced food and an ample wine list.

After all that indulgence, you might fancy something active - happily, cycling is a real passion in the area, and special trails and routes are endless. Read our full review of The Inn at Whitewell.

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The King John Inn is a smart country pub with rooms in a smart corner of the country. While it's gained itself more than a few rave reviews for the quality of its food, the eight rooms are magazine centrefold perfect with William Morris-style curtains, historical prints, tasteful soft furnishings and antique furniture laid on top of plenty of modern boutique luxury.

Read our full review of the King John Inn. In the dining room, the top-notch gastro pub fare and fine wine list alone are reason enough for a visit. Read our full review of The Fuzzy Duck. The Black Horse Inn is no ordinary country boozer, though tucked away in a suitably picturesque, sleepy village up north. Adjoining the reinvigorated village local are seven en suite rooms, where a hamper breakfast delivery comes as standard and claw-foot baths are the norm.

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