Forest How Guest House

Eskdale Green, Eskdale Green, Cumbria, England, CA19 1TR, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $126.00
 

Travel Blogs from Eskdale Green

Make That Money Honey

A travel blog entry by travelindan

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... it though. Who am I kidding?! I wouldn’t have it any other way. One thing I would have different was the twins crying their asses off on the 2 hour trip the ENTIRE time! I looked forward to starting that book all day and night and I ended up rereading every line whenever the baby screamed. I therefore made it past the prologue. Yay!


I spent the first 7 hours of the day on top of a roof chipping out cement between the brick work. Afterwards we filled it in ...

Glorious day in the Lakes

A travel blog entry by wearn4nz

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... but I do like to win"!), Matt rapidly overtaking us both and Guy doing well too. Ice creams sitting on the benches revived us a little, to be joined by Andy until the place closed up at 6.30pm - Guy disappointed we didn't have time for tennis - another day perhaps! We were all pooped so bought a few bits from Tesco Express (almost as exciting as the French supermarkets!) and waved Sal and Sam off - sadly having to return to work - before a quiet evening in. ...

The Last Week in the Lake District

A travel blog entry by franw56

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... s and through his ideas was instrumental in the formation of the National Trust here. His interest in arts and crafts also saw the development of Ruskin Lace which is still in operation today and the wallpaper which hangs in two of the beautiful rooms was also designed by him.

Our two weeks here in the Lake District have been absolutely wonderful and it will be hard to leave knowing that there is so much more to explore and see here.

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Ambling through the lakes

A travel blog entry by merlest54

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... cannot be built on and is available to all who care to visit.

We caught a boat from Ambleside Pier across Lake Windemere and got off at Wray Castle, also bought by Beatrix Potter and left to the nation on her death. From there we did a six kilometre walk along the western side of the lake to where we caught another boat back to Bowness and then to Ambleside. Walking through the woods along the lake is delightful and not at all strenuous – ...

In Keswick

A travel blog entry by analegge

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... farm track. We drove all the way out to the coast at Whitehaven where we stopped for coffee. An uninspiring remote town but authentic and the coffee shop pleasant enough. Further south we stopped at Ravenglass where a rather toy like steam train goes 40 mins into the mountains. And had a walk along the street of the town to the estuary. Pretty floral ...

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This hotel, located on Eskdale Green, Eskdale Green, is near Muncaster Castle and Ravenglass Castle.
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