Eaves Hall

Address: Eaves Hall Lane, Clitheroe, Lancashire, England, BB7 3JG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Eaves Hall Lane, Clitheroe, is near Clitheroe Castle, Stonyhurst College, Cowmans, and Forest of Bowland.
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    Travel Blogs from Clitheroe

    At the airport hotel

    A travel blog entry by adelipenguin on Sep 11, 2015

    Set off from home just before 2.30pm. Had a good ride over on the motorway as you do. Got within 48miles of Manchester City and we had to drop down to 50mph then 40mph because of queueing. So had a steady run then it picked up again, then we came upon more queues. Then incident ahead which appeared to be roadworks. We were pleasEd to get off the M62 onto the M60. Geoff had already checked where we needed to be on Google ...

    Blackpool - day 4

    A travel blog entry by royandgaye on Sep 09, 2015


    ... this most fantastic band in a pub! They played all the oldies and were very comical! Wandered along the beach and stopped for a glass of wine and an amazing appetizer plate of different cheeses! Big day of travel tomorrow, take the train early in the morning to Manchester, then a plane to Amsterdam, and then another train to Deventer, which will get us close to the Holten Cemetery! I will tell you the story about Holten in tomorrow's ...

    The journey begins

    A travel blog entry by josies093 on Sep 08, 2015

    1 photo

    So I set off from Manchester on 8th September and began my journey to Australia. Needless to say I had a million emotions and feelings running through my mind. Goodbyes were the hardest, they always are. I had a great send off, mum, dad my 2 brothers, Sam and Dom and best pal, Marty came along to wish me luck. I was able to FaceTime Hugh as I was boarding the plane and say one final goodbye to him too. Goodbyes aside, it was time to ...

    Here's an update

    A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Jul 19, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... remember none of it. Then the coolest marketing tool appeared in my sights. Some coffee company was handing out free trials of their coffee in sealed individual containers for everyone. Dan of course got caught by one of them to take a survey for a second free one. And then there I was filling out a survey which will skew their results because we were not in their target market or even apart of their post codes. Anyhow we got four free coffees so I was happy.

    After ...

    Spell Bound in front of the telly.

    A travel blog entry by momaz on Jul 24, 2012

    2 photos

    ... of these beasts between Burnley and Manchester and you'll be treated to 50 juddering minutes of agonising stoppage in every teeny weeny village ever invented in Lancashire. If you survive unscathed, stumble off in the big Metropolis and go and visit a haberdashery (sewing shop) because that's where all the real witchy business started.

    All over a few pins actually. Sometime in the 17th century Alizon Device (or Devize) was on her way through ...