The Screes Inn

Address: Seascale, Nether Wasdale, Cumbria, England, CA20 1ET, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Seascale, Nether Wasdale, is near Ravenglass Castle, Muncaster Castle, Wastwater Lake, and Hardknott Roman Fort (Mediobogdum).
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    Travel Blogs from Nether Wasdale

    First day! St Bees to Ennerdale Bridge.

    A travel blog entry by jocelynroles on Sep 12, 2015

    15 comments, 23 photos

    Well, here we are in our lovely B&B at Ennerdale Bridge after a marathon walk of 24.8kms! Boy were we pleased to get here! Those last couple of kms were hard but we are now showered, dry and ready to go to the local for well earned drinks and dinner.
    Helen and I arrived yesterday after a day of train travel from London to St Bees, and Margot and Gail surprised us by walking over to ...

    Lake District, Cumbria

    A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Aug 28, 2015

    11 photos

    Our journey today took us to the western side of the Lake District, heading north west toward Cockermouth and then south towards Whitehaven. We did a detour into Whitehaven to have a look at the harbour area but were completely stymied by the parking arrangements, so gave up and went on to St Bees and out to the coast. The coast was wild with a very stiff wind coming off the beach. They were running an iron man but had to move the swim and the kayaking because of ...


    A travel blog entry by galin1961 on Aug 24, 2015

    17 photos

    ... s church at Wythop, it was a little difficult to find, but truly lovely and well worth it. We then drove to Workington where Chris grandmother Wheezy used to live, after that we drove to Whitecliff where we walked along the seafront. Both towns were a little underwhelming and quite obviously working class with row upon row of joined housing. On the way home we stopped of at the lake and had a drink in the ...


    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 15, 2015

    17 photos

    ... Once we got back to Keswick we walked to the "Pencil Museum". For years pencils had been made in a factory next door including all sorts of colored pencils. During WW II, they even built a special pencil that hid a miniature compass and a map inside for the RAF to use in case they were shot down behind enemy lines. It was a secret project that a small group of managers at the plant worked on. The museum had an exhibit on the history ...

    Countryside and Humankind

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Sep 25, 2014

    4 photos

    ... excitement and tranquil feeling come from that separation from humankind. Driving through the snowy mountains last year, when the clouds started to turn dark we panicked and sped along the narrow dirt road, fearing the rain and mud mixing, getting us bogged and stuck in the wilderness. Driving across the Nullarbor, fearing hitting a kangaroo and being stranded without a car, or running out of petrol and being a 2 hour drive to the next petrol ...