Wesley Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWesley Guest House Epworth
The bed was comfortable, the food really great and Graham works very hard at keeping everything spotlessly clean..This place provides a historical link to the times of the Wesley's.
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... t as appealing. We walked through some houses and reached the fields. I have to admit I was a bit confused. There was no shops no pennine way signs no nothing! So we kept walking eventually finding the sign to train station. We made it. Edale was very small village with couple of pubs and a shop and that's it. But hey I wasn't there for the pubs and shops, well not until later, later I was all for the pubs!! But at this time I wanted to ...
... 1000 years ago to hand carve the intricate designs into all parts of the building. We walked through the cathedral which still hosts mass and ceremonies and were amazed that it took about 250 years to build it completely which is just extraordinary. While we are sure to see a few more churches and cathedrals not sure we will see as many as impressive as this. We then came home and tried to decide on a place for a new years eve ...
... you could say ‘backpack’.
I had it all planned out. I would tour across South America and learn fluent Spanish. I would become a Thai masterchef able to whip up a mean green curry in no time. And, on the way back, I would stop off in New Zealand to pick up a rugby playing husband with huge arms.
Surprisingly, none of these feats materialised but I had a jolly good time trying. I also partied ...
Francis tried to enjoy life of an idle gentleman, but could not afford it and was always in debt. Foote dreamt up an elaborate con. A bogus fortune teller 'accidentally' met and persuaded Isabella, Lady Paulet, a rich elderly widow, to marry Francis. However, he soon spent his new fortune.
He suffered a stroke, and was memorized by his obituarist as "'the very soul of frolic and amusement (who) overbalanced a few foibles by a thousand amiable qualities"
... We then made our way to a campsite to cook and sleep.
Rounding up the troops nice and early, we headed to Stanage. A walk in through loads of ferns with the huge expanse of crag looming ahead of us. So many routes!! Spoilt for choice we managed tons of climbs.
Birchen Edge was the destination for the day. Quite a long walk in, in which we ...