Ivesley Equestrian Centre

Waterhouses, County Durham, England, DH7 9HB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in Waterhouses, is near Alton Towers and Kinder Scout.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ivesley Equestrian Centre Waterhouses

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Waterhouses

On the road

A travel blog entry by jimbrooker on Sep 05, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... severe flinching and rare expletives. We are all still alive, though aged considerably.
Chatsworth House was really cool. We didn't do it justice - just skimmed the surface. But still worthwhile. The farm shop was full of amazing deli foods - yummy pork pies for our picnic. Will return one day and take a proper garden ...

Derbyshire

A travel blog entry by carolg49 on Sep 03, 2014

5 photos

... very pretty herbaceous borders of cottage garden flowers. Had lunch In the gardens watched very closely by a tameish pheasant. Out for dinner to The Broadfield famous for its home made pies, Cath and I both had chicken, leek and mushroom pies and it was probably the best pie I've ever had in a pub with delicious crisp shortcrust ...

Little Moreton Hall, Haughmond Abbey

A travel blog entry by noyelles on Jul 18, 2014

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Thursday 17th July - Bollington

After returning the key & farewelling Sue & Ken we returned to Brockenhurst via a devious route. First to Little Moreton Hall, which unfortunately opened at 11 am, so we moved on to Sandbach, instead. Here were 2 Saxon crosses & a lively market in a lovely small town. After a coffee we returned to the hall which is a ...

Dunham Massey & Styal Quarry Bank Mill

A travel blog entry by noyelles on Jul 15, 2014

45 photos

... the night.

Tuesday 15th July - Bollington

Sue & Ken took us to Dunham Massey an NT house which has been set up with its layout as a WW1 Auxiliary Hospital. Actors played short scenes from the period & the beds have the histories of individual patients of the time. The whole thing was very moving & quite disturbing. We then walked around on ...

Country walking

A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Jul 02, 2014

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... look at such a rarity. Most likely it is due to the green timber used and 32 tons of lead sheathing. Back to Ashover for lunch and then off to do the climb up to the Fabrick. The walk gains 400 feet and has a great view of the valley and the village. We looped around from there and back via Littlemoor for a five mile trek. Tomorrow, we head South to Dorking with a stop in Brixworth to see an AngloSaxon ...