The Pennine Manor Hotel
Travel Blogs from Huddersfield
... in this village we pulled in behind a line
of cars waiting for what we assumed must have been a traffic light controlling
some road works on the narrow piece of road.
After admiring the gardens in the houses beside us for several minutes
we suddenly realised that the cars had no drivers and we had been waiting
behind parked cars!! It’s sometimes hard to know with the narrow streets and
some of the parking whether they are queuing or not.
... an hour writing down word for word everything that needs to be input regarding the business - starting with ...Switch on the computer. Phew!! I didn't realise till I did this how much work I actually do!!!
Well better go and do a final check - next time you hear from me I will be either checking in on my flight or in Canada....woohooooo!!!
... car park some distance from the centre of Bakewell but a park is a park. Off we headed to town via the market square, jumping over puddles, to where various stalls were set up. The housing, like most towns in England are picture postcard images. Of course being in Bakewell we thought we should have some Bakewell tart. We found a nice ...
... centre. A really
nice venue. We wanted to get something else for the train, but their hot dishes
looked fantastic – they do a plate of mixed veggies and other dishes which we
look forward to trying another time. Instead we got a sausage roll and a pasty –
all handmade fresh each day on the premises! Later on the train when we had
them they were really delicious! That’s the type of good vegan food we’re
Spent a lovely weekend under mostly sunny skies in the perfect little village of Dobcross-- in Saddleworth, western Yorkshire. My British Airways flight took me first to Heathrow,where I connected for a short flight into Manchester. A train on to Greenfield Station, and then a taxi deposited me at the door of an old stone house, parts of which have stood since the reign of Charles II in the 1600's. My friends Nicola and Ian are lucky enough to live here, and soon I was inside ...