Crake Trees Manor
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Crake Trees Manor Crosby Ravensworth
Travel Blogs from Crosby Ravensworth
... Carlisle tourist shots from around and in the museum. Considering the history of Carlisle and how many times it has been laid under siege from either side of the border I thought the street names were an interesting each way bet. The 'no treating' sign was a common one pre and post war and it was illegal to buy friends drinks in the pubs. It was a measure to discourage drinking in what was a very hard drinking town. Their pubs here are ...
The good. Lots but let's start through the window then around the room and outside. Last night's B'nB was rather good. Very baronial. Very country esquire. And very nice. The hosts were friendly enough to have me in their kitchen as they prepared the evening meal and brekkie (not at the same time, 2 different times). I think I mentioned I had Somerset beef cooked in cider and treacle which I can now report was excellent. It was served with dumplings which ...
... Keswick is a lovely town and the scenery is amazing. On our first full day we went to ashdene bridge and Wotendmouth where Chris used to go for holidays when he was little. We then drove to the Beatrix Potter museum and explored the town of Bowness-on-Windermere. It was a lovely day and we finished with dinner at a little pub on the way home. Today we packed up to explore ancestry places. We started at ...
... pencil and a collection of all the various pencils and pencil sets they made over the years. A few years back the owners relocated to a modern factory elsewhere in England, but the memories of the factory live on here in the museum.
This evening we saw “The Lady of the Lake” at the Theatre at the Lake. This was a story about King Arthur at the end of his life, but it was very different. The theatre was small ...
... my enthusiasim and I am also not sure Scotland was quite ready to witness three pale white aged rear ends flayling in the cold and windy air. Perhaps next time after a workout and a spray tan. The following morning we all temporarily parted ways, Marg and I heading towards Hexham, Chris riding off towards Felixstowe and Greg and Kerrie 'Tom Tom' Lane driving to London to pick up their extended family. Marg and I had booked a night in the Elks ...