Croft Country House Hotel

Great Longstone, Bakewell, Derbyshire, England, DE45 1TF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bakewell

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by philiptempest

Up for a 9am departure, spent most of the day on the bus dropping people off at Picton for the ferry to Wellington and collecting people coming south. I stayed at the pub while the driver did that, then dropped at a $2 wine teasing of 3 wines and a desert wine. Travelled all the way to tonight's accommodation at Kaiteri Lodge, Kaiteriteri and my first dorm room. After being on the bus ...

Will we catch the Hong Kong flight?

A travel blog entry by rob-heulwen

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So, here we are Manchester airport. Wales have lost to England in the rugby and as we watch the sun go down over terminal 3, the board says our BA flight to London Heathrow is delayed by 15mins.Then 30 mins. Then 50 mins. So worried about catching connecting ...

Sarah and Rob's Big Day

A travel blog entry by wheresindi

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Today was a beautiful day and always will be, it'll be Rob and Sarah's anniversary.
They had a magical wedding ceremony at Saint Peter and Saint Paul Parish of Oxton. We travelled by Rolls Royce to the Church and I was very proud to follow Sarah down the aisle.
We celebrated that afternoon and evening at Norwood Park, Southwell which was absolutely brilliant. We had a wonderful day and evening, congratultations and thank you Rob and ...

The Great Ending

A travel blog entry by gapyearjamie

This was it. The end of our journey. Exhausted, we collapsed in the Sheffield Tap pub, waiting the 18:14 northern rail service home. It seems quite funny that our adventure, which took us around some of the worlds greatest landmarks, started and finished on a northern rail train. As we bid our farewells, we knew we would never forget this epic trip, and it was a truly great beginning to my gap year adventures. It was at that point that I realized I had lost my sunglasses. ...

It is a Truth Universally Acknowledged....

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow

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... Duke of Devonshire and has been the home of the Cavendish family since 1549! If the Cavendish name sounds familiar, it is because Anne Cavendish married into the Cecil family and lived at Burghley House. See! They are all connected! There was Tudor mansion on the site built by Bess of Hardwick-more about her shortly. Construction on the current building began in 1687.
Bess Hardwick is responsible for the family settling here. Bess grew up here and convinced her second husband to ...

 

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