Dairymans Cottage

Address: 14 Kelfield Road, Riccall, North Yorkshire, England, YO19 6PG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 14 Kelfield Road, Riccall, is near St. Helen's Church and St. Mary's Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Riccall

    Day Sixty Six: Barnsley

    A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 11, 2015

    ... back off at the house to have something to eat and a sit down before I headed off to training. Once again the divide between the club was still apparent with some of the first team not bowling to the second team and vice versa. It's pathetic and childish but what can I do. Nikki dropped me back off to the house where Jenna made chilli con carne for dinner, it was ...

    Day Sixty Five: Barnsley

    A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 10, 2015

    I slept like a log last night. I have been sleeping well the last couple of nights and not waking up during the night, it hasn't been like this for a while. The morning consisted of the usual breakfast and filling in time with me watching Homeland and Jenna reading/researching. I skyped Nan and Grandad today, it is really nice to be able to talk to them and for them to hear first hand what Jenna ...

    Day Sixty Four: Barnsley

    A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... It was definitely worth the £15 a head and I would like to go back there before we head home. Kat and Waggy dropped us back to the house just after 9. We couldn't do much besides lie down on the bed rubbing our tummies and feeling sorry for ourselves because we ate so much food. I did manage to sneak another episode of Homeland in though, who would have ...

    The beauty that surrounds us

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... fondly" Towards the end of the church the largest of the stained glass was being repaired. Although to was a shame not to see this largest window In the world, it was actually really interesting to fin out how they repaired the panels, and what they had learnt from doing the repairs. A large metal dome allowed a glimpse at particular glass panelling that had been prepared or preserved for future generations. The steps to go up the tower took the form of an extremely narrow and ...

    A spot of social history

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2013

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    ... moved in and a Marks and Spencer stoneware tea service - I am still using the trays which match this service today! Perhaps I should donate them? :-) A lot of thought has gone into the reconstruction of the Victorian Street. It contains not just shop fronts but back alleys and a number of shops which we can enter. The pharmacist gives us a gruesome list of medications we can purchase for various ailments including Queen Victoria's favourite - cannabis! ...