Blue Bell Hotel

Princes Way, Heversham, Kendal, Lake District, Cumbria, England, LA7 7EE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kendal

Leaving Northumberland

A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169

... 20th February. The flight left cold damp Newcastle on time just after 1pm and turned east. Sadly for me the "flight information" screen did not work at all throughout the trip to Dubai. We were in cloud climbing up to cruising height at 11000 metres but we emerged above cloud levels to see a spectacular "sunset" (sun going below cloud), possibly somewhere over Germany/Central Europe. Before we lost the sun we turned south. After we lost the sun, I had no idea of direction, ...

Saving for travelling

A travel blog entry by visocci

... had to reconsider my living situation as I was paying a fortune in rent for a one bedroom flat in a gorgeous area. I would if perhaps looked online for rooms to rent in shared houses etc. 2. Giving up eating out was also hard as I love going to restaurants and trying new food. It's expensive though so I decided that cooking new dishes and trying recipes I found online would save me money but still allow me to enjoy food. is ...

First, and maybe last, post

A travel blog entry by visocci

... and most materialistic worries at the beginning - revealing an awful character trait of mine!!). So, when I decided to blog myself the first advice I read was "why are you writing a travel blog", well I'm pretty sure my reasons are the same as most other people writing blogs while they travel so nothing mind-blowing here: - personal diary for when I'm old and wrinkled - easy way for everyone at home to follow my travels - maybe offer some advise to ...

"Are you Canadian?" or What I Did Over Break, Pt I

A travel blog entry by zo_zo


... with them. In addition to being incredibly generous that way, they opened their home to me, a complete stranger. (Their house is beautiful by the way; it used to be two different storefronts which they converted into a three-story house. The bathroom I used had the old hairdresser's sign on it. The house is full of light and decorated very cleanly. It could be a catalog house.) (It even has a name: Mainstone House. It has that instead of a number, because in England ...

Day 6 – Sedbergh to Kendal

A travel blog entry by slippingdownman


... the next lush grassy meadow. We met a local sheep farmer George and watched his dog Chip round up the sheep. George was well into his 80’s, and Chip about the same in dog years, both on heart tablets. George loved to talk – and we could have listened to him all day except the path called as usual.

Our guide book had mentioned the complexity of this stage of the walk, so we tried to pay close attention to its instructions. Our map and phone GPS ...


This hotel, located on Princes Way, Heversham, Kendal, is near Chillingham Castle and St Aiden Beach.
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