We just returned a couple of weeks ago from a trip to England and Denmark, and on that trip I realized one serious omission. A relative was traveling with us, and he was astounded to discover that English cottage rentals and country inns do not typically provide wash cloths. I had completely forgotten to mention that in my book. I have sensitive skin and seldom use a wash cloth, and Kevin and I are used to traveling where they are not provided. One kind staff person at an inn offered to bring one from home, but we declined. Our relative later bought one at a store. (Apparently, in the U.K., wash cloths are considered personal items like toothbrushes, so they are only provided in hotels that host many U.S. or Canadian visitors.) So if you're traveling and a wash cloth is vital to your daily ablutions, be sure to bring one with you!