Yew Tree Chapel

Address: Slaggyford, Alston, Cumbria, England, CA8 7NH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Slaggyford, Alston.
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Travel Blogs from Alston

Checking out the local services

A travel blog entry by hanklets on Mar 31, 2015

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... Decided to head off to Rheged, the touristy hole in the side of the hill we discovered last year. They had the Owls again, and both had a go at holding them! They were both ace, their little faces were fab as the concentrated on not dropping their arms! Had a wander round the shopping bit looking at all the gorgeously expensive knick knacks, and then had an hour or so in the play centre at the top.. Benji enjoyed himself, but bella ...

Ullswater

A travel blog entry by hanklets on Mar 30, 2015

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... Bella not eating very much at all, but managed half a sausage roll. She was very cold, so bough both of them some gloves for the way back and wrapped her up a bit more. Stopped in the nice steamer ship for a new lap map which I had left behind this year. Headed back to Glenridding on the 1.55 and stayed in the cabin the whole time! Very busy on the way back. Dropped Nana, Grandad and Benji off at eh lodge and pooped to ...

Mayburgh Lodge

A travel blog entry by hanklets on Mar 28, 2015

We have arrived at our little lodge for the week! Had a good run up the M6, took us about two and half hours after eventually leaving at least two hours behind schedule. Nana and grandad arrived shortly after too. Really nice to come back the lodge after 3 years away, our entry is still in the guest book! Had a ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by chris_calcite on Oct 30, 2014

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... ideas and struggles terribly with Ed city centre, trying hard to send us down no right turns and similar no-no's. After the shock of hitting Princess Street, we decide that we'll ignore her dulcet tones as follow the 'Forth Road Bridge' signs, which turns out to be a successful strategy, as shortly both electronics and signs agreed once more, and it wasn't long before we hit the A90 heading towards the bridges. The only thing to do is to remember to turn off the dual carriageway ...

Hadrian's Wall

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Sep 27, 2014

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... coast. This is the narrowest neck of the British Isles and, either by design or convenience, has historically been the line that divided the English from the Scots.

At every mile along the wall a residential section was built, known appropriately as a “Milecastle;” designed to house up to 64 soldiers with barracks, kitchen, stables and common area. At the midpoint between each milecastle, a raised redoubt was built atop the wall to provide ...