Short note on Barley Mow

Asked by Sheeru | 20th Nov, 2015, 08:23: PM

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Barley Mow was a quaint old-world inn up the river round Clifton Hampden. It stood on the right of the bridge, quite away from the village. It had low-pitched gables, thatched roof and latticed windows, which gave it quite a story-book appearance. The interior of the inn was even more ancient, according to the author and had a very low ceiling.

Barley Mow was a quaint old-world inn up the river round Clifton Hampden. It stood on the right of the bridge, quite away from the village. It had low-pitched gables, thatched roof and latticed windows, which gave it quite a story-book appearance. The interior of the inn was even more ancient, according to the author and had a very low ceiling.

 

 

Answered by Snehal Naik | 21st Nov, 2015, 11:29: AM

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