Holiday Inn Darlington A1 Scotch Corner

Address: Junction A1 / A66 Richmond, Scotch Corner, North Yorkshire, England, DL10 6NR, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Junction A1 / A66 Richmond, Scotch Corner, is near Ross Beach and St Cuthbert's Way.
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    Travel Blogs from Scotch Corner

    Our Eyes Are Feasting....!

    A travel blog entry by kareelah on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    Tuesday, September 8th
    Bit of a late start as we had decided to have an easy day. Drove to North Allerton which is not far from Thirsk. Didn't look much on the map, but as usual towns are all bigger than expected. Had a lovely morning tea at Betty's Tearooms in the centre of town, then we made our back to Thirsk to visit the James Herriot museum, home and surgery of the vet who wrote the now ...

    Quilts and Abbeys, Thelma & Louise!!

    A travel blog entry by kareelah on Sep 06, 2015

    18 photos

    ... we both commented it was the quintessential British seaside location for Brits in summer, particularly before cheap airfares and they discovered Spain! We are both enjoying all the British TV including, heartbeat, the royal, doc Martin etc. it's nice especially since I've watched nothing for over a month because the Italian TV was all in......Italian!!! Back to Thirsk and wine o'clock, the end of another brilliant day in ...

    One of our favourite cities in the UK

    A travel blog entry by pandmdane on Sep 03, 2015

    5 photos

    ... river in the form a U shape or horseshoe around the Cathedral, Castle and University. I did get a bit lost. The great enjoyment of an old city like Durham is that there are so many tiny streets and alleys to explore. It is all very clean and authentic. Coffee and scones were on the menu.

    Another walk, this time on the other side of the river. Mary likes to get reflection shots, so when you come around for a slide night, get ready for an overdose of bridges, ...

    The end of the earth

    A travel blog entry by nicole.mctye on Aug 30, 2015

    68 photos

    ... they should have built an old lighthouse and made a fake history for it and I reckon it would have worked better!! It was a Sunday night and a small town so all of the shops were closed even most of the food places. I hadn't eaten dinner but thought I just wouldn't eat as I didn't want KFC or anything and then miraculously there was a Thai restaurant that was open so I went in and got takeaway! It was a really nice restaurant. The only other places that seemed to ...

    Morning in Harrogate

    A travel blog entry by hurricanerita60 on Aug 19, 2015

    3 photos

    Sandy and I went on the tour of the Turkish Baths from 9am to 10am. Very interesting. We went into Betty's Tea Rooms for a cup of tea and a Fat Rascal. We went back to the hotel to check out and walked over to Harrogate Station and caught an earlier train to Leeds where we picked up an earlier train back to Liverpool. A great couple of days in ...