Barrington House

Address: 15 Nunthorpe Ave, York, North Yorkshire, England, YO23 1PF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 15 Nunthorpe Ave, York, is near York City Walls, Bar Convent Museum, Yorvik Brass Rubbing Centre, and Priory Church of the Holy Trinity.
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    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 12, 2015

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    ... this was is that the town and seafront are on slightly different levels; probably about 40 metres different. We walked through the town learning of its origins; being foundered by Henry Pease as a village for his workers to find some recreation. He had Quaker beliefs so the village seemed similar to its midlands equivalent in Bournville. We walked into the gardens which are maintained around the salt burn and walked back along the stream to the sea ...

    Yorkshire water to Yorkshire tea

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... by our return along the river to Burnsall bridge and a drive back to the Abbey. The sat nav has had an interesting few days and on the way home took us back on a slightly different route. The first concern was that the 'narrow road' sign was not accompanied by the usual addition of 'with passing places'. The road was not much wider than the car, and the entrances into fields looked much the same ...

    Formal Houses

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... southern edge to the Minster. By the Minster there is another National Trust property; the Treasurers House. This was originally the residence of the Minster Treasurer but was sold off a couple of hundred years ago and sub divided. It was bought by an industrialist, Frank Green, who acquired most of the property and restored it, filled it with his antiques and then gave it to the nation in 1930. The house ...

    The Duke of York

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Aug 07, 2015

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    ... restaurants which also included Turkish and Nepalese in addition to the common Chinese, Thai, Indian and Italian restaurants as well as a few vegetarian options. I opted for a midday snack at the vegetarian restaurant and had a wonderful squash and coriander soup. It came with a salad, some good crusty breads and also an assortment of cheeses. I think the British may eat more cheese than even the French or Swiss. ...

    Amicable Split

    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 13, 2015

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    ... of an airport actually. It covered 22 buildings on a still-functioning airport, although it is no longer RAF Elvington. There was a large collection of aircraft, everything from Fleas, Gnats and Mosquitoes right up to Meteors, Spitfires, Vampires, and Harriers, as well as Mirages, Hurricanes and Tornadoes. Most of the buildings were dedicated to the squadrons that operated out of the airfield, including 2 French bomber squadrons from 1940-45. Unlike other museums, it ...