Crake Trees Manor
Travel Blogs from Crosby Ravensworth
... drove me to the train station after work and bid me farewell! Someone deserves a thank you card LOL! Of course, who am I kidding? I wouldn’t know what a thank you card looked like. At least I was grateful in the moment. :D
I took my first train on the trip to Manchester Airport and figured out the bus routes so I can meet Nicolette bright and early at 6:00 AM at the airport. I have to leave here by 5:00 because the bus commute is an hour. Thanks babe! :P It will ...
... caused frustration - as did many other walkers parked there esp as the credit card and notes facility was broken! We reconvened at the Badger Bar, too late for a Sunday roast at 3pm but we managed with burgers and cold drinks in the sunny garden. Lovely. Whilst Andy retired for a well-earned snooze the rest of us had a very civilised game of Crown Green bowls with Sam snoozing in the shade. Sal started off the best, with me determined to improve each game ("I'm ...
... people were fantastic. Shame the professional cyclists go so fast as it meant that they were past us so quickly. Debbie : Oh guys, my week is over, it's been fantastic, I've completely enjoyed myself, thank you all for letting me share your grand adventure. Good luck to you all for the next week, and hope you all get there safely and still in great spirits. I will miss you all! ...... Charles' mad nose blowing, uncle Vince's morning lypsyl, and generally ...
... the remains. He has been reburied now but not before some tissue samples were taken. It is believed that he was a lord from the area. We wound our way back via a different route to Ambleside through more stunning countryside and tiny villages and enjoyed dinner at one of the many local pubs.
The Beatrix Potter gallery at Hawkshead was another surprise only this time a very pleasant one. Only expecting the gallery and not really ...
... left here at 8.15am and returned at 8.15pm but he had a fantastic day despite the fact that it was quite a challenge. Last year he set himself the goal of conquering Scafell and he's delighted that he achieved his aim.
While Rob was making the rather exhausting ascent on Scafell Fan and I bought a day pass and caught a local bus and went first to Grasmere to the north of here and then back to Windemere and Bowness. On the weekend it seems all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking