East Ayton Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lost count of the number of howdo's and orright's as we passed folk! We walked over the gently rolling Urra, Farndale, and High Blakey Moors, one massive expanse of wind swept heather. What a lonely eerie place it would be in the winter mist. Along the way we saw grouse, grazing sheep spread sparsely, a few rabbits and small birds. In no time at all we were approaching Blakey and our B&B. The Lion Inn has been a welcome site to weary travellers for nearly 500 ...
... 3 steep climbs (accumulatively 1000m) and descents . The gradients were tough but we were rewarded with spectacularly clear views to the north and east. For much of the time the ground to the left of the path fell away steeply giving uninterrupted cliff like views to the fields and villages 1000 ft below. The moorland itself was covered with heather, some in flower and much prettier than anything we had crossed ...
... will no doubt be in touch with Nicky if possible. Ahhh. Want to be there. A week Jo, just a week. Headed on way to Nottingham about 9.30. Straight run through although we encountered so many trucks on the motorway. A very industrial area, very noticeable whenever you looked off the motorway. Just north of Nottingham there were some highway changes and so although it didn't look necessary the speed limit was 50 mph. Really quite scary having these big trucks ...
Went north out of Lincoln this morning along Ermine street, the ancient roman road. Dead straight mile after mile after mile. Across the Humber bridge, very spectacular, and on to Beverley. This has clearly been a very well off Yorkshire town from the wool trade days, and is still very smart. I wasn't expecting to see an Armani store in a Yorkshire town. Then on to Scarborough, ...
... central city are excavations of old Viking civilisation .. Really well set up as a goal experience of interactive displays and an amazing ride where you sit in carriages and go through a visiting village accompanied by all sorts of gross smells representative of the time. Really well done. A great education facility. From there we walked through the shambles area and up to York Minster. The Minster was lovely. Magnificent from ...