Pheasant Hotel

Address: Harome, Helmsley, North Yorkshire, England, YO6 5JG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Harome, Helmsley, is near Helmsley Walled Garden, Helmsley Castle, Rievaulx Terrace and Temples, and Verbena Spa Yorkshire.
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    Travel Blogs from Helmsley

    There….

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 12, 2015

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    ... this was is that the town and seafront are on slightly different levels; probably about 40 metres different. We walked through the town learning of its origins; being foundered by Henry Pease as a village for his workers to find some recreation. He had Quaker beliefs so the village seemed similar to its midlands equivalent in Bournville. We walked into the gardens which are maintained around the salt burn and walked back along the stream to the sea ...

    Yorkshire water to Yorkshire tea

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 11, 2015

    5 photos

    ... of surface quality. The road was well potholed and had a few drops on either side but after a mile or so we reached a junction with a more major road which was nearly wide enough to have white paint down the middle.
    We reached the Abbey safely, dropped off our walking gear and headed off to the main entrance to enjoy a cream tea at the cafe. This was a great treat at the end of our active day.
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    Formal Houses

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... of rain showers arrived so we used the conservatory as a shelter before walking under the umbrella around the formal gardens. The gardens were extensive and the area included a bird hide and a walk next to the pasture with meadow flowers as the main feature.
    The Hall was built in the late 18th century as a family house and was used as such until the middle of the last century. In 1941 it was used ...

    Exploring Eoforwic

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Sep 24, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... by the arrival of the Viking hordes, lead by Ivar the Boneless (I laughed out loud when I read his name on the information panel). Having gone into the details of the Viking occupation in yesterdays entry I will bore you no further, however...

    Viking fun fact #1:

    Viking women were in charge of keeping the keys to the house. The English word "husband" comes from the Norse words for house-bound.

    I don't know about you ...

    An inconvenience or two

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 08, 2013

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    ... with it. Nice short grass and level pitches in a large quiet, sunny field. There are only three other occupants and one of them is just leaving. The facilities are not bad...though there is no loo paper, just a sign to say we have to buy our own! The sign reads, "Toilet Paper Removed Due To Miss Use - Sorry For The Inconvenience". Well it is jolly inconvenient not have paper in a convenience and who is this Miss Use anyway...and what pray, has she done ...