Black Bull Inn and Hotel

Address: Coppermines Road, Coniston, Lake District, Cumbria, England, LA21 8HL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Coppermines Road, Coniston, is near Tarn Hows, Old Man of Coniston, Beatrix Potter Gallery, and Coniston Water.
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    Travel Blogs from Coniston

    Life of a Chef (or at least a Commis)

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Jul 06, 2015

    28 photos

    ... are made en mass and then stored for future use. This make things a little easier as you don't have to start from scratch every time you commence a recipe. Some of the ingredients have been prepared earlier. So for instance, yesterday I made a wonderful mushroom risotto. It started out with butter, water, arborio rice, freshly chopped enoki mushroom stems, shallots and garlic. However, to boost the flavor a ...

    Orton to Kirkby Stephen

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 04, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... and across another moor. We missed a turn off at one point and had to make a detour across a field to rejoin the pathway. We weren't the only ones either. Sometimes no matter how good the descriptions in the guide, we end up somewhere we shouldn't. I've found the GPS on my phone through an app called ViewRanger very useful in such circumstances to get us back on track. We ...

    Bampton Grange to Orton

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 03, 2015

    11 photos

    ... dull moorland. The sun was hot and there was no shade. It was a tedious slog. The only highlight being a small detour to look at 6000 year old stone circles in the middle of no where. We pondered what those ancient peoples were up to and whether the RAF entertained them too? Leaving the moor we had a lovely 1.5 km downhill walk into Orton through more picturesque farmland. Another meal at the pub with new friends then to ...

    Free TIme

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Jul 02, 2015

    13 photos

    ... colorful plants popping out. I'll try to take some photos of some next opportunity I have. You don't have discarded tractors, trailer parks and other discarded junk or abandoned buildings visible from the side of the road as you see in the US. Another nice thing is the lack of billboards and even parking areas are shielded in the woods behinds trees and hardly visible from the road.

    It all makes for a spectacular part of the world.
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    Glenridding to Bampton Grange

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 02, 2015

    10 photos

    ... then trekked on into the mists, making our way to Angle Tarn. The climb then got seriously steep. Reaching The Knott just seemed to take forever. The loose shale and rock pathway, typical of the Lakes, didn't help either! We had a bit of a breather there, then headed on to Kidsty Pike. It was 1230 when we got to the top. The wind was cold and the mist swirled around us. We found an old stone sheep pen just below the summit to shelter in, took our packs off,and had a bit of lunch. The ...