olde worlde

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Adj.1.olde worlde - attractively old-fashioned (but not necessarily authentic); "houses with quaint thatched roofs"; "a vaulted roof supporting old-time chimney pots"
fashionable, stylish - being or in accordance with current social fashions; "fashionable clothing"; "the fashionable side of town"; "a fashionable cafe"
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The hotel was a perfect fusion of olde worlde charm with a modern twist.
ATHIEF who broke into a castle to steal olde worlde weapons has been jailed after he was caught on camera.
The plush new venue, which is based on the site of the former NatWest bank on St Mary Street, has a look which mixes an air of gothic boudoir with an olde worlde apothecary - with a pinch of urban industrial thrown in for good measure.
Whist everybody moved off to differing parts of the open air museum and visited the "olde worlde shoppes" they nearly all gathered at the fish and chip shop to sample the fayre cooked in the traditional way, some then joining in a good old sing a long at the local public house.
Three Fishes Inn, Fish Street, Shrewsbury Another olde worlde place where nothing's changed for years.
BHowever, when they do come onto the market they offer everything in the way of "olde worlde" charm and character combined with the very best in modern conveniences.
"We knew we wanted somewhere olde worlde and authentic, with a cosy atmosphere.
Enter the log-fired Olde Worlde Bar and its like pulling on your favourite old jumper - join in with the eclectic mix of locals or just take in the buzz, the warmth of the room.
We source salvage, damaged and unrestored cast metal fireplaces in the region from Olde Worlde Fireplaces (www.olde-worlde-fireplaces.co.uk), and further afield from vintage fairs in Newark (www.iacf.co.uk) and Ardingly, which is admittedly further afield, but one of the best locations for picking up unrestored fireplaces.
MARK WILLIAMS THE FACTS The facts Haggis fritters with homemade sweet chilli jam PS4.75 Cream of tomato and pepper soup with crusty bread PS4.25 Slow cooked mutton curry with basmati rice, poppadum and chutney PS9.95 Slow cooked steak and ale pie, chips and vegetables PS10.50 Drinks- pint of great orme and a coke- PS5.15 Total PS34.60 The details Atmosphere- olde worlde ambience Car Parking- small car park at the side Disabled access- small step in but flat floor inside Service- swift and friendly Overall- unpretentious, tasty food Opening hours Tuesday 5pm -7pm Early Bird Special - A choice of 5 - 7 homemade meals including, Fish and chips, Speciality curries, Mushroom Risotto, Gammon steak and others (meals may change each night but there will always be vegetarian options).
HOTEL insider THE ROOM Mixing olde worlde and contemporary, the rooms are decorated in elegant neutral tones - some with romantic four-poster beds and old-school fireplaces and all with flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and lovely, warm power showers.