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 Muncaster Castle and Ravenglass Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Ravenglass

South Fellside.

A travel blog entry by ourtrip2015 on Jan 03, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

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Last week there was snow on the mountains and the views from the house were fantastic. Also had some brilliant sunsets here as well.

We will be adding lots of pictures of our adventure and sharing some of the highlights. Just need to get packing now! ...

Lake District & Beatrix Potter

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Nov 17, 2014

52 photos

... in here I took a stroll all around and headed up to Ambleside. It was so nice to walk, breathe in fresh air and only see another sole every now and again. It was also rather cool and gave the opportunity to dress up in my winter woollies.

Ambleside was the traditional small english countryside village. The building were old, little lane ways zig zagged all over town and there were more pubs then people. Today they are ...

The Lake District & Beatrix Potter

A travel blog entry by kyliep on Nov 01, 2014

... Lake, along some very narrow roads. On the way back to Kendal we stopped at Low Sizergh Farm shop for lunch and dinner supplies. The shop sells mainly local produce including cheese, bread, ice cream, jams, home made cakes and any type of meat you can think of. For dinner we bought pigeon and pheasant roast and gingerbread ice cream for dessert. Tomorrow we leave for ...

Over the Hill

A travel blog entry by cpb18 on Oct 22, 2014

5 photos

... going on, but this soon gave way to more stable ground that was no less steep. Walking through the car park I saw the first people out walking getting ready in their cars. Nods and waves exchanged I continued around the field up to the stone cross that marked the halfway point for me between the summit and town. Beyond the next gate the path zig zagged at a very sharp angle. I was not going to be doing this without needing to stop. It was hard, i was still building ...

Wet n windy retreat

A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Oct 19, 2014

11 photos

Day 1
We wanted to do a big hike. So we went to Langdale and decided to tackle the mighty peaks of Rossett Pike, Esk Pike and Bowfell, calculating a nice circular route to encompass these. The weather however, was not on our side. The walk along the valley was nice, but as we began ascending the wind increased and the visibility became extremely poor. We reached Rossett Pike and boldly ...