Oak Bank Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Lake, along some very narrow roads. On the way back to Kendal we stopped at Low Sizergh Farm shop for lunch and dinner supplies. The shop sells mainly local produce including cheese, bread, ice cream, jams, home made cakes and any type of meat you can think of. For dinner we bought pigeon and pheasant roast and gingerbread ice cream for dessert. Tomorrow we leave for ...
... library and guest rooms. We then had some lunch at the house before leaving to continue our drive. Unfortunately our gps almost directed us through the centre of busy Manchester which caused a bit of stress. We finally arrived at our accommodation in Kendal. We've had an early night tonight before we have a look around the Lake District ...
... fuss or drama, and it's also our earliest stop of the week so far. The hotel turns out to be er, interesting. Let's just say that whilst the prices might still be in the 1980s, that's largely matched by the decor. Still it's not the worst place I have seen and the food in the restaurant is fine. It's becoming obvious why The Battleaxes on night one is pushing double the price. However, for once we're not dead beat and there's even time for a couple of pints before "Wheeler Dealers" is on Quest! ...
... going on, but this soon gave way to more stable ground that was no less steep. Walking through the car park I saw the first people out walking getting ready in their cars. Nods and waves exchanged I continued around the field up to the stone cross that marked the halfway point for me between the summit and town. Beyond the next gate the path zig zagged at a very sharp angle. I was not going to be doing this without needing to stop. It was hard, i was still building ...
... sold everything except wellies and the trendy young salesman was very sniffy when I asked for them. I had the same experience everywhere I looked. Shops in the Lake District clearly think that anyone who wears wellies to walk in is definitely a second class citizen. I don't know where the farmers go for their wellies but eventually I gave up and I now struggle to put on my walking boots even for the smallest walk into the countryside.