Muncaster's Coachman's Quarters

Address: Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass, Cumbria, England, CA18 1RQ, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass, is near Ravenglass Castle and Muncaster Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Ravenglass

    Life of a Chef (or at least a Commis)

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Jul 06, 2015

    28 photos

    ... are the tea finger sandwiches which are 1) egg salad and water cress, 2) lox, cucumbers and cream cheese and 3), the upper tier has scones and "clotted cream". I still haven't figured what that is. It looks, smells and tastes like butter; definitely not Parkay! My favorite tier, however is the middle tier with banana bread, raspberry-almond tarts, berry tarts, lemon tarts and orange/white chocolate mouse tarts!
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    Free TIme

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Jul 02, 2015

    13 photos

    ... Kendal with a population of approximately 28,000, perhaps a few more during the summer months. I finally obtained a UK phone number which I had to do in person because the cellular company does not accept foreign credit cards online. Go figure! I also found a sports store (yes, it's true) and bought some gym shoes so I can work out at a local spa/gym to which I have access. They have a couple of courses offered each week and I seem ...

    Glenridding to Bampton Grange

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 02, 2015

    10 photos

    ... then trekked on into the mists, making our way to Angle Tarn. The climb then got seriously steep. Reaching The Knott just seemed to take forever. The loose shale and rock pathway, typical of the Lakes, didn't help either! We had a bit of a breather there, then headed on to Kidsty Pike. It was 1230 when we got to the top. The wind was cold and the mist swirled around us. We found an old stone sheep pen just below the summit to shelter in, took our packs off,and had a bit of lunch. The ...

    Grasmere to Glenridding

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 01, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    What was described as a straightforward day was just that! We covered about 15 km climbing up to Grisedale Tarn, then following the beck all the way down the other side and into Glenridding. Katrina managed the climb better today despite the heat. We stopped at Ullswater for an ice cream, and got to our B&B by 3pm. It's been an unseasonal ...

    The Closing Room vs. The Kitchen

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Jul 01, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... me at ease; he had a plan so I could experience all aspects of the kitchen during my term here, starting with pastry. Other sections of the kitchen include, the canapé section where an initial hors d'oeuvres are prepared and served with drinks as soon as the guest arrives. This section of the kitchen also provides the next course, the “amuse bouche” which is just a taste of what the chef is capable ...