Lancrigg Vegetarian Country House Hotel
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... drove me to the train station after work and bid me farewell! Someone deserves a thank you card LOL! Of course, who am I kidding? I wouldn’t know what a thank you card looked like. At least I was grateful in the moment. :D
I took my first train on the trip to Manchester Airport and figured out the bus routes so I can meet Nicolette bright and early at 6:00 AM at the airport. I have to leave here by 5:00 because the bus commute is an hour. Thanks babe! :P It will ...
... the temptation of chasing them. Despite rain being forecast, the black clouds moved away and we had sunshine all the way. Amazing 360degree views from the top to Windermere, Rydal water, across to the Langdale Pikes and round to Grasmere and Ambleside. Feels like being in Godzone! We found the cave Andy was looking for (great echoes) and the boys continued on whilst Sal and I returned for the car. Having to work out the ironically named 'park with ease' ...
... people were fantastic. Shame the professional cyclists go so fast as it meant that they were past us so quickly. Debbie : Oh guys, my week is over, it's been fantastic, I've completely enjoyed myself, thank you all for letting me share your grand adventure. Good luck to you all for the next week, and hope you all get there safely and still in great spirits. I will miss you all! ...... Charles' mad nose blowing, uncle Vince's morning lypsyl, and generally ...
... s and through his ideas was instrumental in the formation of the National Trust here. His interest in arts and crafts also saw the development of Ruskin Lace which is still in operation today and the wallpaper which hangs in two of the beautiful rooms was also designed by him.
Our two weeks here in the Lake District have been absolutely wonderful and it will be hard to leave knowing that there is so much more to explore and see here.
... Beach in the Whitsundays. Alas, this image was completely shattered when we arrived at the Cumbrian Whitehaven. It is in a depressed state in the harbour area despite an injection of funds from the European Commission. Sleek new marina facilities have been built but sadly there are few yachts moored there and the harbour is polluted and unsightly. The main part of the town is dilapidated with many shops empty and the car free centre dirty and with a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLancrigg Vegetarian Country House Hotel Grasmere
Very quaint tucked away from anywhere in the foot of the hills, but happily directly on our C2C path!
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