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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Powys Lodge Scarborough
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... claim to be the smallest in Britain but I know I've seen smaller! Motoring around the dales and moors has been spectacular and it is easy to see why hiking is so popular here. Even the dreaded Industrial sites don't detract too much from the splendour of the area. On the coast the cliffs are magnificent. Lots of exercise on this little side trip accompanied by more fun and laughter, memories of past times and (I admit) too much ...
... who quickly appraised the situation, began stuffing her face as quickly as possible with handfuls of chips and fish before she too was asked to leave. Which she was. However, she did make a mean looking chip sandwich to take with her! We last saw the man walking away in a crooked line to who knows where.
We are all still chuckling about the incident and our new favourite saying has to be “you want to take it ...
... trip, he offered to leave us the toaster in the dining room and we could do our own. Unfortunately he didn't tell us where the dining room was. We looked for the dining room and we looked for the host, but all we found was the kitchen. So we used that toaster and ate in our room. (We finally got a chance to speak to the host this afternoon, and the dining room is the one next to ours, the room with "2" on the door. I started to try the handle of that door, but lost my nerve in ...
... a night.) After a bit of a rest we went for a walk into town. We're only a couple of hundred metres from the train/bus station, and it's downhill into town, so it's a good location. We went past the harbour and across the bridge to the Old Town. More narrow cobblestoned streets, with crooked houses and tiny-paned bow-windowed sweet shops and tea shops. But not to as great an extent as York or Rye, for example. It wasn't too twee ...
Our day started with a morning walk in the village. Jackson and I enjoyed checking out our first red telephone box and greeting some local sheep.
Before long, it was "all aboard" and we piled into George and Annette's Land Cruiser and hit the English roads again. Our destination today was Whitby. Now, we do like to visit the seaside and we were thus a little excited. The weather was a little cool, maximum ...