The Grafton

Address: 1 - 3, Franklin Mount, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England, HG1 5EJ, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 1 - 3, Franklin Mount, Harrogate, is near Harrogate Turkish Baths and Health Spa, Clifford's Tower, Royal Hall Theatre, and The Homestead.
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    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 12, 2015

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    ... The quay at Skinningrove is being renovated so the access to the beach is restricted and at one point we had this long sandy beach all to ourselves. We had set a marker on the sand and when the incoming tide passed the marker we set off again on the journey home. The first task was to climb the sandy base of the cliffs, a case of once we had started we could not stop as we would slide down again. Soon we were back on firmer paths and heading north.

    Yorkshire water to Yorkshire tea

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... of surface quality. The road was well potholed and had a few drops on either side but after a mile or so we reached a junction with a more major road which was nearly wide enough to have white paint down the middle.
    We reached the Abbey safely, dropped off our walking gear and headed off to the main entrance to enjoy a cream tea at the cafe. This was a great treat at the end of our active day.

    Formal Houses

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... of rain showers arrived so we used the conservatory as a shelter before walking under the umbrella around the formal gardens. The gardens were extensive and the area included a bird hide and a walk next to the pasture with meadow flowers as the main feature.
    The Hall was built in the late 18th century as a family house and was used as such until the middle of the last century. In 1941 it was used ...

    Day 2 defeated!

    A travel blog entry by claireliza on Jun 27, 2013

    6 photos

    ... group. Luckily one of the organisers vans drove past with the doctor in and they stopped to check on me. It was decided that they take me to the lunch point and the doctor strapped my knee up and off we went. I felt extremely disappointed that I was missing a chunk of the days ride however at the point where they picked me up I just didn't care as I was in agony. After a good hour or so rest at the lunch stop I decided ...

    A York That´s Not New

    A travel blog entry by liliens on Nov 25, 2012

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... actually quite a nice experience, since it’s calming to hear the harmonious all-male choir singing hymns and the soft words of the readings spoken in such a magnificent building. It’s also a brief respite from a day of intensive touring. This is something we’ve learned from all our travels. Whenever you’re tired, hot, cold, or wet, you can always count on the nearest cathedral or church to provide a sanctuary until ...