Fair Rigg Guest House
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Clean and nicely decorated guesthouse with English breakfast provided
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We woke to a cloudy day today. The main place we wanted to visit was Hill Top, which was Beatrix Potter's home when she first moved from London. She used the earnings from her first couple of books to buy the property. When she died she requested that no one live in the property and that everything be left as it was. She also wrote a list of things she wanted left on display in ...
We left the Cotswolds this morning for our five hour drive north. We decided to break up our trip by going to Chatsworth House. Chatsworth is a very large estate in the Peak District owned by the Duke of Devonshire. Compared to Blenheim Palace this place was huge! It has one of the largest private art collections, and the gardens are amazing. ...
Tues. Went to reghed and had look around. Rohan went to football match Carlisle United. I went Out to pub in Stainton for dinner. Wednesday, met up with family for lunch at the Sportsman inn, had a great afternoon. In the evening went to the local pub for a quiz evening. Thursday. Went on the Ullswater steamer, for a ride up the Lake. Beautiful scenery but rather chilly. Fish and chips for ...
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The final memory of these few days in the Lake District was of our walk up the river Kent, in the estate of Levens Hall. The walk followed the track of a long defunct canal that ran alongside the river and whilst there was no water in the old canal, the river was quite spectacular. We stopped to look at the water crashing over a weir and then suddenly we saw a curved black shape in the foam. A ...
Traveled to Edinburgh where stone walls built by highlanders are still standing without mortar. Passed Lancaster which has nuclear plants without cooling towers as the North Sea cool the steam.
Took the optional excursion cruise on Lake Windmere. It was ok as not much else to do in the town but noticed nothing noteworthy. Wordsworth wrote poems at Windmere so the Lake District became a popular destination. Beatrice ...