Harts Head Hotel

Address: Belle Hill, Giggleswick, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England, BD24 0BA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Belle Hill, Giggleswick, is near Yorkshire Dales Falconry and Conservation Centre and Gaping Gill.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Giggleswick

All the gear and no idea.

A travel blog entry by jadenewton on Oct 21, 2015

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... beers overlooking beach and watched sunset, sisha and tea on roof top opposite guest house. Expect lots of hassle on the beach from the local women selling bracelets etc. We tend to sit in the bars/restaurants so they can't hassle us. The sun sets by 6:30pm where it drops dark so we made sure we were back by this time. Although it sounds early we also felt safer as the village had about 4/5 power cuts during the evening and it would be pitch black walking ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by tscoast2coast on Oct 10, 2015

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Good night sleep was had, woke up to a sunny day, still a bit soggy under foot, the hills were definitely had eyes today, following our bull fight, we had vultures flying above us, we kept advising them we was still alive. A steady 15 miles was covered ...

Lesson learnt!

A travel blog entry by skaiiskaiiskaii on Oct 07, 2015

We have learnt many lessons from our time in America: - Americans are very up front and vocal; if they like your shirt, they will tell you. If you speak, they will question you. If you're an idiot, they will tell you. English people just mutter under their breath. Unless they're a chav. - Busses are unreliable, infrequent and cheaper than here. - People aren't afraid to ask for tips. They are also expected. - Americans seem to swipe and sign when using cards - they don't us ...


A travel blog entry by rockdoctor on May 27, 2014

Drive to Clitheroe on back roads. Interesting on narrow sections passing trucks and tractors. Sometimes with inches to spare. Rev counter is playing up - swings up to max rpm and just stays there for a while. Then without warning reverts back to normal operation. Have no idea why! ...

Now bring us some Figgy Pudding

A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Dec 23, 2012

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... on the edge of a moor. We also are near/between some moors and I can see how dangerous it could be to be walking out there when the cold winds blow in from the North Sea or the Irish Sea. It would be easy to get turned around and lost. Paul and I drove 3 miles north this morning to see his uncle's old farm and stopped to enjoy the view from the top - the car was shaking with the wind gusts.

The last Sunday ...