Asperion Hillside Hotel

Address: Perry Hill , Reeth, Surrey, England, GU3 3RF , United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Perry Hill , Reeth, is near Polesden Lacey, Loseley House, Basingstoke Canal, and Somerset Cider Brandy Company.
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Travel Blogs from Reeth

All creatures great and small

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 18, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

We are now at Reeth, a dear little town in the Yorkshire dales which was often used in the TV series, and it, and all the countryside we have walked through looks like it! It felt like a long day today, only 21 kms, but the book said less, plus that it was an easy flat walk along the river (if we chose the low route, which of course we did) and it ended up being longer, and some inclines - not huge, but unexpected - and we didn't arrive here in Reeth till almost 4 pm. We ...

Keld to Reeth

A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Jul 17, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... second stays on the floor of the dale (for the most part) in close proximity to the River Swale all the way to Reeth.

Given the heat, the dappled shade on the banks of the river seemed more appealing. Also, sore feet and legs that are on the mend might gain some added benefit from some flatter walking.
So, the low road it is!

We start with a small (and the only) climb for the day. We walk past the waterfall on East Gill (the East Gill ...

Separate, but equal

A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 12, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... parks in the city. This one is quite extensive and boasts many aspects - fountains, flowers, tree-lined avenues (seen in many films), playing field, bandstands, a huge lake with many herons (YAY!) and the London Zoo. I walking - and gawked - until I could walk no more.
Then Ron and I met up and he had "the best fish and chips in London".
Ron typed and then accidently erased both his and my entries. He wants to wait to try his again. Good-bye for now!!

Living like a local

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on May 22, 2014

11 photos

When one has a delicious breakfast, it makes for a great start to the day. We had breakfast at the Breakfast Club in Soho and it was a hipster haven. It was neat to hear old songs playing and some old pieces of American and English memorabilia. I had apple and cinnamon French toast and it was different than the states. It was a huge meal and the French toast was very eggy. I ate most of it! While walking in a food coma, we wandered to Buckingham Palace to view ...

What a swell day in Swaledale...

A travel blog entry by paulkilby on May 05, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

The average Yorkshireman tends to refer to Yorkshire as 'God's Own County' and after today I can understand why. Today, we walked along the Swaledale Valley and boy........was it beautiful?! Peace and tranquility reigned, the weather was pretty good and apart from a tricky start and a couple of mile, hard, uphill section in the middle, the going underfoot was quite gentle on the feet. In fact, at one point, as we ...