Lancrigg Vegetarian Country House Hotel
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We have been amazingly lucky with the weather up to this point - 3 days of NO RAIN (!!) and today, gloriously sunny and warm - I got a bit sunburnt!!
Some people told us today's walk was easy compared to the first two gruelling climbing days - they lied!! Maybe not as long as the other days, but certainly as steep and rocky. It took us 3 hours …
... services are privately owned and they even have their own farm shop, and you know how much we like our food!! The hotel is tucked away out the back with great views of the hills, and upon checking in we discovered a duck pond directly underneath our window, complete with quacking ducks, and guess what, we were in room 22!! (one for all the bingo fans - that's you Uncy xx).
Anyway after a couple of beers, a very, very nice sandwich for us, and ...
... it was time to figure out some dinner. We were starting to find the most places require reservations, which is very frustrating when you walk into a restaurant and see several open tables and the place is booked. We ended up finding a place called Nandos which I think is a chain, but the food was awesome! The place really only served chicken and vegetarian meals but it was welcomed. You chose the level of spice and then how you wanted your meal prepared ...
We then went back down the hillside, driving very carefully so as not to slide into the side of the rock bridge on the one lane road. We headed toward the shore of the lake and could see the mountain on the other side. Everything about the area was so pretty. We spent a bit of time looking around at the lakes edge before retreating to the car to head to the hotel for the evening. Only a couple of hours of driving time and we would be in ...
... but it gave me the same look a goose gives you before it chases you and tries to attack so we decided it was best to leave the swan alone.
After some time at the lake, we decided to walk through the town to see what there was to see. Stopped for a cup of coffee to try and warm up and kept on moving. The shops were cute and had lots of locally made items. We window shopped through a few until it started snowing, at ...
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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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