Langdale Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Cockermouth where Wordsworth was born. Grasmere was our next stop to see Dove Cottage where he lived. Grasmere is a lovely village but it was overrun by tourists (especially of the retired variety!) By this time we had had enough of being tourists and finding somewhere to park the car so we continued to Windermere. Our "Cobbler's Cottage" is right in the heart of town and we were very pleased to have arrived before our neighbours drove ...
... was scary, thankfully we were all accounted for and safe. We stopped and took in the magnificent scenery, we could still see the ocean, although there was cloud, we could still see Scotland. On wards we walk until we can see views on both sides of the mountain range looking over Red Pike and down through the valley. We climbed to 2000ft. Lunch at the top - cup of tea and ham and cheese sandwich. Now we begin the descent before heading uphill again to the ...
... Arch which is fantastic. From there we drove to Chester, leaving Wales, and luckily (even though it was a Sunday) found a street car park. We strolled the streets and had a sandwich without bread from The York Roast Co. Now this meal was roast pork, vegetables and gravy, served in a small cardboard box and eaten using plastic knives and forks. It was good food but eating our of a cardboard box and with plastic utensils was ...
... garden of our 4 Star B&B. Before heading off, we visited St Mary's Church - just 1 mile down the road. This quaint country church was designed by a local girl after her Grand Tour of Italy. She agreed to pay for the church if she was allowed to control its design - an offer too good to refuse! The church is in the style of many Italian churches with a semicircular altar area and heavy wooden beams. It even had animal gargoyles on the roof!
... this walk was breathtaking. We managed not to get lost, even though some directions were a bit vague. The first part of the walk brought us to a coffee shop over the river, and even though it was not too long since breakfast, we couldn't resist the opportunity to stop and enjoy the ambience. The whole walk took nearly three and a half hours, and it was wonderful. After a cool drink we ...