The Inn at Hawnby
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... filmed the movie of pride and prejudice with the gorgeous Matthew McFadyen as Mr Darcy). The house is huge and amazing but it was a little disappointing that so much of it was closed and the rest so covered in Christmas decorations that you could barely see the beautiful art and furnishings. The grounds were landscaped by the famous 'Capability' Brown (who also landscaped Blenheim Palace) and they featured formal gardens, rocky grottos, a hedge maze and several ponds - sadly Mr ...
Quite day in York with everyone else now gone. My dorm now is just myself and another girl who keeps to herself. It's boring without other people. Went for a walk around town and found the markets and disney store then headed over to see the Clifford Tower and the York museum. Not a very full on day, just a quite one plodding along before heading up to ...
After watching everyone wake up with massive hangovers, surprisingly I was hangover free! Thank god! We sat around for a group breakfast before heading to see the inside of York minster. The outside is spectacular but the inside is breathtaking! Once we (Daniela, Brendan, Max and I) got inside the minster we decided to climb the tower. What's 275 each way right? The climb was okay but hard its a steep spiral staircase that is only shoulder ...
What a day! Nearly missed my train and made it by the skin of my teeth! After the receptionist at the hostel trying to send me to the wrong train station (Picadilly instead of Victoria) despite what my ticket stated I was already running behind on time, to try to make up on time however I decided to take the tram... sounds like a good plan right? Wrong. The tram doesn't stop at the ...
... of National Trust halls in the last few months but this one has been treated a little differently. The ground and first floor rooms are historically dressed but they have also lifted the floor boards to reveal items that have been lost over the ages. They have unearthed quite a treasure trove. Under some perspex planks we see playing cards, pins, a packet if cigarettes (don't think they would have slipped through the cracks), and original wood shavings. The upper attic ...