Horse & Farrier Inn

nr Keswick, Threlkeld, Cumbria, England, CA12 4SQ, United Kingdom | B&B
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Rain and more rain!

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

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Today started sunny and we set off walking. Walked up hill and then down to the edge of Lake Derwentwater, to Hawes End, then along the shore to High Brandle How. Beautiful scenery of hills and the lake, but got wetter and wetter.

Then took the little ferry around the lake to Keswick, and did some more ...

Sunshine and fresh air!

A travel blog entry by sarah49

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Following a lively night out, it was a slow start this morning. The sun was working hard to tempt me out and after getting a couple of loads of washing on the line I succumbed.

First, a drive to Grange golf club and a lovely gentle walk up to the 'Hospice' on Hampsfell with Nadine and her niece, Eleanor. The 360 views were fabulous today. Eleanor enjoyed using the view finder on the monument to spot Ulverston and Coniston Old Man. I enjoyed the butties Nadine ...

What is a SNEK LIFTER??

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

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... Catbells" and "Cawsey Pike", along the river, crossed the river and walked down - about 9km of quite stiff walking, sheep and frolicking lambs everywhere, lots of black or grey lambs, (Herdwick sheep) bred for meat so no worries about multicoloured wool. Saw a notice saying that, if your dog annoyed the sheep, it would be shot! Today's free entertainment involved a 50 seater bus. Obviously not having done his homework, the driver ...

John finds Hadrian's wall at last.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

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... found the beer weak and demanded it be "Twice Brewed" in time for his return from fighting off Scottish Jacobite raiders. We then found the wall and started a walk along it. ( actually next to it, you cannot walk ON an ancient monument.) Folk "walk" the whole wall, 73 miles. Walk described as "moderate" but rain and mud made it more like "strenuous". After several km., in appalling wet weather and very slippy steps, turned back. Theresa and David went west; ...

Crown Hotel

A travel blog entry by rockdoctor

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Dropped Dawn and Jo's luggage at bus stop and returned to hotel to collect miine. On the road by 10:40. Took A66 to Penrith, and then M6 and A6 to Wetheral - arrived 11:50. Road was smooth and motorway open. Averaged around 40 mph for trip, cruised at around 50 mph. Arrived a good hour before Jo and Dawn - who said that ...

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This B&B, located on nr Keswick, Threlkeld, is near Catbells Lakeland Walk, Keswick Museum, Derwentwater, and Castlerigg.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding