The Blacksmiths Hartoft

Address: Hartoft End, Pickering, North Yorkshire, England, YO18 8EN , United Kingdom | Castle
 
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This castle, located on Hartoft End, Pickering, is near Crypt of Lastingham Church.
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      Travel Blogs from Pickering

      Denby Dale

      A travel blog entry by joannewolfe on Dec 09, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... home of the Bronte sisters. The parsonage museum is very interesting, it's quite eerie to stand in the rooms that Charlotte slept, lived and wrote in, and there were some very touching family items such as her wedding bonnet and a cap made for the baby she was carrying when she died. I think I have my summer reading sorted as I really want to revisit the books I loved as a child now that I've seen the places where they were brought to life.
      On Monday we went to Chatsworth House ...

      Last day in York

      A travel blog entry by martina.elise3 on Nov 19, 2014

      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 ...

      York Minster and The Kings Arms

      A travel blog entry by martina.elise3 on Nov 18, 2014

      5 photos

      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 ...

      Yorkshire Moors

      A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Aug 07, 2014

      58 photos

      ... the 16th century. The organ was built by John Snetzler and installed in 1769. Some of the carvings are amazing. The weather gradually got worse until it became quite dangerous to continue our journey. So we stopped at the first pub we came to, had lunch and waited for the storm to abate. We then sadly said Goodbye to Christine & Peter and they continued on their road to Derbyshire while we headed South to cross the Humber Bridge to ...

      Day six

      A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jun 29, 2014

      ... moment and are heading to the lakes district today. Mike just opened the curtains and guess what it's grey and raining, someone should tell the poms that it is summer! Nice to hear a British accent here, not many in London. Most of the people working in the service industry were foreigners , not Aussies but Russian and Eastern European. Don't know what Internet we will have after this so will update when we can. Thanks for all the messages from home they are great, hat was ...