King's Croft Hotel

Address: Wakefield Road, Pontefract, West Yorkshire, England, WF8 4HA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wakefield Road, Pontefract, is near Xscape, Nostell Priory, Fairburn Ings, and Castleford Bridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Pontefract

    Can't be time to pack again . . . right???

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 11, 2015

    9 photos

    It looks like there is a change in the weather coming, so it must be time to pack up and go home.

    We needed to take Barbara for a doctor's appointment and to run some errands, including a stop at Weegmann's for Paul's last pork pie of this trip, and then we brought Barbara back home and made lunch - including the pork pies all around.
    Today we parked on the other side of ...

    Buh Bye Jersey!

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 10, 2015

    8 photos

    ... the second time I have been to Jersey with Paul and both times we have left the island just before the air show takes place, Next time we will plan better and make sure we stay for the show.

    When we got to the airport, we saw the nine bright red Hawks that make up the Red Arrow Team from the RAF. We also saw, Hurricanes, a P38, Lancaster and others we could not identify.Our plane taxied slowly past where they were all parked, but ...

    More exploring this lovely old city

    A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Sep 10, 2015

    2 comments, 19 photos

    The Shambles has a name that belies its quaint medieval beauty. The distinctive, narrow, cobbled street is lined with wooden-framed buildings, some 600 years old. They lean together in the middle with roofs that are so close they almost touch. The name is no reflection on the physical state of the street – Shambles originates from a medieval word shamel (meaning bench.) Pavements on either side are raised to create a channel ...


    A travel blog entry by gomorley on Jun 01, 2013

    ... and found that the inside of both my legs were almost burnt with the heat from the engine. After cooling down I walked to the local supermarket for more water and bread, as I walked back I saw a chap outside a restaurant who was on the same site as me and he said that the football was on at 5:00 tonight between Italy and Australia so I will be going to the bar to watch what should be a good game and may just have a pizza whilst I’m ...


    A travel blog entry by gomorley on Jun 01, 2013

    ... the bar man for a selection of tapas for the four of us as we could not decipher the menu that was only written in Spanish, we were all pleased with the selection chosen for us but a little bemused with the last to arrive, a bag of pork scratchings on a plate! We decided to walk back to le Rambla and finish the day off just wondering around following our noses. As the day passed Serenity said we should find a pirate bar ...