Ravenstone Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well little Willbee groupies... Willbee went to school in Grasmere today. Well we visited a tiny little school called Church of England Grasmere School. Grasmere is a town where Beatrix Potter grew up and wrote her tales of Peter Rabbit a and Jemima Puddleduck. Maybe your teachers will show you some of these little stories. As part of their learning about Beatrix Potter the students made a veggie ...
Very windy overnight and for most of the day with scattered showers. John, Bella and Edward were all sick during the night, John's as a result of trying whisky with James at the Anchor!! Bella was still not feeling well for most of the day. James and Sarah went to Gatehouse of Fleet and Kirkcudbright and visited GG on the way back. Alix and John set off for the animal park near Kirkcudbright while we looked after Bella, but as it started to rain again they had a drive around the area ...
Raining for most of the day today, so everyone is taking it easy. Christine brought GG over in the late morning. She was very excited to see everyone and coped really well. After lunch, the young ones went for a walk and the rest of us had some shut eye. We Facetimed Carole and Mike who were at Alison's with her family which GG really ...
We were both awake fairly early this morning after a good night's sleep. Ilala is a lovely big house although there were some cleaning issues. As is was such a beautiful morning we had a walk along Jubilee Path and then came back along the road by the estuary. After breakfast we went to see GG, did some shopping and then returned to Kippford to get ready for everyone arriving. Alix and John arrived at about 2.30 pm having spent the night in ...
... to chase us down but we are moving too fast and get away. This is not the wilderness, although it’s certainly beautiful enough. Instead there is a nice blending of nature and humans coexisting peacefully.
On the way home we spot the pencil museum and decide to give it a go. Pencils have been made here forever. The graphite was mined locally and used by early shepherds to mark their sheep. ...