Muncaster's Coachman's Quarters

Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass, Cumbria, England, CA18 1RQ, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
Prices starting from $132.00
 

Travel Blogs from Ravenglass

Make That Money Honey

A travel blog entry by travelindan

8

... new new and shaped it out. We have been a fricken tripod the past few days. It is nice to be on a working team and see how much the work and effort I put in helps to accomplish the task.


I have made it to the hostel (Hatters in Machester City Center) and am very impressed with the room. I spent the extra few quid to have only a 4 bed room rather than the 10 and we have a bathroom in ours. People who splurge for the 4 bed ensuite usually are a bit more courteous and ...

Glorious day in the Lakes

A travel blog entry by wearn4nz

1
10

... caused frustration - as did many other walkers parked there esp as the credit card and notes facility was broken! We reconvened at the Badger Bar, too late for a Sunday roast at 3pm but we managed with burgers and cold drinks in the sunny garden. Lovely. Whilst Andy retired for a well-earned snooze the rest of us had a very civilised game of Crown Green bowls with Sam snoozing in the shade. Sal started off the best, with me determined to improve each game ("I'm ...

The Last Week in the Lake District

A travel blog entry by franw56

10

... headline on a news stand. While I hate the thought of nuclear power, I wonder if the locals are happy for the upgrade given that any injection of funds into industry may in some way save their town which truly needs all the help it can get. As an aside as I write this blog, a gorgeous baby deer has run onto the lawn and is happily munching on the soft green grass just outside our living room window. We have seen quite a few deer on ...

Ambling through the lakes

A travel blog entry by merlest54

2
21

... the middle although we have talked about doing it. St Bee’s Priory, built in the 13th century, sits on the edge of the village. It was here, in 1998 that a grave was unearthed and inside were the intact remains of a man who had died 700 years ago. The conditions inside his lead coffin were such that the fatty tissue in his body acted as a sort of preservative. He still had all the skin and hair on his body and his eyes were not ...

In Keswick

A travel blog entry by analegge

2

Fine today and some cloud. Spent the day driving through the beautiful scenery of Cumbria. Over high passes, through pretty little towns and villages and along tiny narrow roads. The roads over the 3 passes we did were only wide enough for one vehicle and often so steep and windy we were reduced to low gear. But it's fascinating and unspoilt. Like driving ...

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